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  • It prevents foreclosures from becoming eyesores and hazards for neighborhoods as abandoned properties go unmaintained and possibly become drug houses or havens for other criminal activities.

    Dean Baker: Home Economics 101: George Will and Niall Ferguson Flunk

  • And, relationships built upon common needs build bridges, even as bridges unmaintained may fall at any time.

    Rev. Earl E. Johnson: No Poverty Of Spirit

  • It stops communities from becoming dysfunctional ghost towns, it keeps people off the street or from living in their cars, it is good for the banks to generate some cash flow rather than sit on an empty house for who knows how long, and finally it allows the house to retain more value than if it was left empty, unmaintained and potentially squatted in or vandalized.

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  • It prevents foreclosures from becoming eyesores and hazards for neighborhoods as abandoned properties go unmaintained and possibly become drug houses or havens for other criminal activities.

    Dean Baker: Home Economics 101: George Will and Niall Ferguson Flunk

  • Of course, the unmaintained Sisley properties in Roosevelt really need to go at this point.

    Builders Rep Raps City for Vacancy Ordinance « PubliCola

  • It'd need to go all the way to 32nd to reach the locks, and you'd have to remove all of the on-street parking on one side of the road and you'd have to re-pave Leary in that section because it is so unmaintained that it is a hazard in the current condition, and you'd still be left with turning conflict points at Dock, Lone, 20th, 24th, 26th, and 28th.

    SDOT Won’t Appeal Judge’s Missing Link Ruling « PubliCola

  • Natural gas shortages led to the flame being turned off and for years the statue stood dark and unmaintained.

    stonetable.org » 2009 » October

  • It stops communities from becoming dysfunctional ghost towns, it keeps people off the street or from living in their cars, it is good for the banks to generate some cash flow rather than sit on an empty house for who knows how long, and finally it allows the house to retain more value than if it was left empty, unmaintained and potentially squatted in or vandalized.

    Very few things are going right!

  • Natural gas shortages led to the flame being turned off and for years the statue stood dark and unmaintained.

    stonetable.org » The Eternal Flame’s pixels burn bright and efficiently

  • It prevents foreclosures from becoming eyesores and hazards for neighborhoods as abandoned properties go unmaintained and possibly become drug houses or havens for other criminal activities.

    Dean Baker: Home Economics 101: George Will and Niall Ferguson Flunk

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