Neighbors: ‘Zombie’ condominiums also a drain (NY)

You’ve all probably heard by now about abandoned “zombie” homes.  Similar issues involving abandoned condominiums are less widely known — but can be just as troublesome for neighbors.  “It’s been a huge problem, much more than people realize,” said Southeast town Councilwoman Lynne Eckardt, who has been trying to bring attention to the problem on behalf of constituents affected by the issue.     Read the article………….


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