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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Rybak Opponent Slapped With Condemnation Notice

Friday, 17 July 2009 22:23 TYzaguirre .The City of Minneapolis condemned mayoral candidate Al Flowers' home yesterday, July 16th. Flowers, who announced earlier this year that he is running against incumbent Raymond T. Rybak, had the condemnation notice plastered on his door with reason reading water shut off. The Flowers family is to vacate the property by Sunday, July 19th.

I went over to the house today, only to discover that the water was running just fine. View video.

They have also been slapped with $800 in inspection fees for having windows without screens, which they have. While I was there, I noticed some of their neighbors don't have screens on their windows. I wonder when the last time a house in Minneapolis was condemned due to water shut off that is still running?

More of the story soon to follow...

Minneapolis Mirror story here.


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