Wow. So yeah, with Red an absolute %^$#*#-hole, with collapsing drywall inside, a propped up front wall outside and tons of weeds and trash all around? It’s not a problem, according to Baltimore City Government.
No problem. The fact that you can’t see the back of the house for all the weeds and trash (not to mention the plaid recliner someone dumped, how pretty)? Not a problem at all.
Here’s a better look at the back of the house, past the weeds:
Why do I think the city couldn’t give two toots? Here’s the info on the trash and weeds cleanup request I submitted:
Service Request Details:
|Service Request Number:||11-00510922|
|Type Code:||Housing Inspection – Trash and/or Weeds – Occupied|
|Location:||1183 CLEVELAND ST, BALTIMORE CITY, MD 21230|
|Description:||sqautters in the rear yard of the home matress and luggage – No – No – No – Yes – IN THE REAR UNDER THE CELAR DOOR – Yes – Residence – Trash & Debris,High Grass/ Weeds > 8inches – Both – in the rear rodents – no – No – No – No – No – Yes – IN THE REAR UNDER THE CELAR DOOR – Yes|
|Created Date:||6/29/2011 2:32:28 PM|
|Due Date:||7/4/2011 2:32:28 PM|
|Status Date:||7/1/2011 3:39:18 PM|
|Activity:||Housing Code Enforcement Official|
|Outcome:||No Violation Found SE|
Yeah. And “Occupied”??? I never said it was occupied. The cherry on top? The fact that it took them over a month to find “no violation”.
God, and people wonder why Baltimore City residents get fed up and leave?