Town Plans To Condemn House In Port Jefferson Station

A landlord in Port Jefferson Station will be receiving a slew of violations after a town law investigator and building inspector deemed it unsafe.

A home in Port Jefferson Station has been added to a list of condemned houses that Supervisor Ed Romaine plans on taking action with by speaking to landlords, administering violations, and closing down the property if necessary.

The home recently added to the list, 33 Weldon Lane, is a single-family home that has a multitude of violations. According to a statement, the town law investigator has been working with a building inspector to condemn house that "illegally contained 11 bedrooms," among other violations. 

The plan is to issue tickets to the homeowners for all of the violations found. 

“I commend our Building and Law Departments for taking swift action to condemn these houses,” said Romaine in a statement. “Our number one priority is the health and safety of the residents and if the properties are in violation of Town Codes, closing them down sends a clear message that these unhealthy conditions will not be allowed to continue.”

Jeff January 22, 2014 at 10:42 PM
Ed should personally come to my block. Superior Street between Squires and Dillon is a mess. Roofs falling down, animals inside of houses that have been boarded up for years. Debris all over the block from these houses. Nothing is ever done, even when the town has people out to "cut" the lawn, they damage mine and blow the crap on my lawn. Disgraceful.
brookhavenconfucius January 28, 2014 at 10:31 AM
ILLEGAL ALIENS are immune and can do anything.


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