Jun 1, 2017

"It is my fervent hope that the Squires will pay attention to the words in the judge's ruling and operate, manage, and maintain their properties so as to not constitute a public nuisance."

Statement from Ron Kuhnel, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the Squires:


"I am pleased my wife and I, along with all our neighbors prevailed in our suit against the Squires for their nuisance properties. The judge found, and I quote from his order, “Substantial, credible evidence was submitted that supports that 1625/1635 were nuisances”. He also found, “...the properties at 1625/1635 were negligently operated, managed, and maintained by defendants and constituted a nuisance.

The neighbors objective in the lawsuit, from the beginning, was to clearly send a message to the Squires that they owed the neighbors a higher degree of respect. It is my fervent hope that the Squires will pay attention to the words in the judge's ruling and operate, manage, and maintain their properties so as to not constitute a public nuisance."

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