Officials in Auburn feel good about the progress being made by the City’s newly-formed Nuisance Board.
It was launched in June and after several meetings, officials on the committee say good progress is being made. Moreover, they say a number of properties are coming up during discussions.
The board consists of the city manager, police chief, and fire chief. There are no elected officials or community members on the board at this time.
The board was formed after extensive issues at 8 Delevan Street, the site of a 2019 homicide.
City residents have filed dozens of complaints about other properties, according to The Auburn Citizen. Condemned properties are also subject to nuisance board ruling.
The board says it will continue to work on properties across the city that leave residents concerned about public safety or the overall health of the neighborhood.
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