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Posted: Friday, August 9, 2013 7:00 pm | Updated: 9:25 am, Tue Aug 20, 2013.

The owner of the former St. Catherine Indian School must take immediate steps to secure historic buildings and address their structural integrity, Municipal Judge Ann Yalman has ruled. The case involved an argument by the city of Santa Fe that claimed the landmarks there were being subjected to “demolition by neglect.”

Yalman’s ruling that New Mexico Consolidated Construction Services violated the city code by allowing buildings to deteriorate beyond minimum maintenance standards comes more than a month after she accepted closing arguments in the prosecution that began nearly a year ago.

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2 comments:

  • Alfred Padilla posted at 7:08 pm on Sat, Aug 10, 2013.

    Xenoace32 Posts: 341

    The city is just trying to get this property for free and will FORCE the owner to turn it over sooner or later. Just raze everything and sell it for housing low income at that![wink]

     
  • henry griswold posted at 12:36 pm on Fri, Aug 9, 2013.

    henry griswold Posts: 218

    the city is screwing this guy w/nearly impossible restrictions.
    he should sue for million$$$$$$$$$$ i don't think its right to change conditions on any current owner of a prop, but they could change for the next owner knowing such conditions!!!!!!

     

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