In the community, Local government

Buyer of nuisance lot in Ontario pledges to finish cleanup

ONTARIO – An Alameda Drive homesite that has been the location for fires, fights and more in recent years is going to a new owner who has pledged to clean the property within 60 days.

David Brown, an Ontario attorney, described the sale in requesting the Malheur County Court to drop a lien on the property for an old county tax invoice for an earlier cleanup of the property.

The home . . .

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