Friday, September 24, 2010 at 6:00 am (Updated: September 24, 6:20 am)
Since last year, I’ve been trying to get property in front of my house cleaned off.
I went to the city, and they told me to go to the county.
It took six months to burn down the house completely that caught fire in November 2008.
It seems that the only time the city or county comes over here is during election time.
Is it because it’s in a black neighborhood that they don’t seem to want to clear it off?
I’m pretty sure that if it was in any other place or neighborhood, it would have been already cleaned.
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