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'Dilapidated' Lake Elsinore Properties May Get Wrecking Ball

The Jan. 7 public hearing for the properties is set for 4:30 p.m. at the Lake Elsinore Senior Center located at 420 E. Lakeshore Drive. The public is invited to attend.

A file photo of the property at 522 N. Riley Street.  Photo/Toni McAllister
A file photo of the property at 522 N. Riley Street. Photo/Toni McAllister

The city's recommendation for properties situated at 522 N. Riley Street and 3392 Driftwood Lane is that they be declared nuisances and possibly torn down.

That action is scheduled to be decided Jan. 7 during a nuisance abatement hearing for the properties.

The city is recommending that the property at 522 N. Riley Street be deemed a nuisance because of "structural hazards, hazardous wiring, faulty weather protection, fire hazard and inadequate maintenance," city documents show.

The property has come before the city before, and the owner was given time to improve the structures located there. Click here for more on that story.

The city contends the property at 3392 Driftwood Lane is also a nuisance because of "property trash, debris, accumulated storage in public view, defective or dilapidated fences and building exteriors, and storage of watercraft and trailers on side of property."

The Jan. 7 public hearing for the properties is set for 4:30 p.m. at the Lake Elsinore Senior Center located at 420 E. Lakeshore Drive. The public is invited to attend.

The hearings are part of a nuisance abatement board meeting. The board consists of Tom Thomas, David Blake, and Grant Taylor.



Dog December 31, 2013 at 02:47 PM
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