Thursday, March 8, 2012
Without citing specifics, Cass Duffey, borough director of community development, said owner-submitted plans for remediation of the properties will address previously cited violations, "and in many cases, improvements are already underway."
The following is a press release from the Borough of Collingswood: Rental revocation hearings scheduled for Thursday evening for two residential complexes with multiple code violations have been postponed due to plans submitted by property owners for remedying the violations and proper maintenance. Owners of Princess Anne Apartments at Dwight Avenue and the White Horse Pike and a complex at 1025 Collings Ave have presented the Borough with written plans that address several violations that prompted the Borough to start rental license revocation proceedings last year. “This is progress,” said Collingswood Mayor Jim Maley. “We need to see that the violations are fixed promptly and that the property owners have a realistic plan to address …
Thursday, February 2, 2012
A property revocation hearing scheduled for Wednesday night was cancelled.
Last night's special commission meeting, during which three property revocation hearings were scheduled to take place, was cancelled, say borough officials. Originally set for 7 p.m. Wednesday evening at Collingswood Community Center, the meeting will be rescheduled. According to borough officials, a date and time for the new meeting has not yet been determined. To read Patch's full report—which includes details about the three properties in question, and reports justifying why revocation of each property owners' rental license is being discussed—click here.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
In a special meeting this Wednesday evening, commissioners will host property revocation hearings for three borough sites.
Tomorrow night, commissioners will hold a hearing for the revocations of three borough properties. Announced at a commission meeting earlier this month, the special meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, on the third floor of Collingswood Community Center. According to official borough notice, the meeting will act as a "hearing on the revocation of rental licenses for properties," and cites, "formal action may or may not be taken." Among the three properties are two units at Princess Anne Apartment complex—136 White Horse Pike and 198 White Horse Pike—which had been owned by the recently deceased Bruno DeThomasi, of Vineland. The final property set to be heard tomorrow, a building located at 1025 Collings Ave., is owned by …