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Court: Town can proceed with raze order

Inspector says house unfit for human occupancy

7:03 PM, Feb. 7, 2013
The Town of Neenah obtained a court order to raze a ramshackle house at 1745 Oakridge Place owned by Stephen A. Bates. An appellate court upheld the order.
The Town of Neenah obtained a court order to raze a ramshackle house at 1745 Oakridge Place owned by Stephen A. Bates. An appellate court upheld the order.
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An appellate court ruled this week that the Town of Neenah properly ordered Stephen A. Bates to raze his ramshackle house at 1745 Oakridge Place in August 2010.

Wednesday's decision means Bates has 15 days to raze his house. If he fails to comply, the town can hire a contractor to raze the house and bill him for the work.

"The town can put all of the costs on his tax bill if he doesn't pay," said Matt Parmentier, the town's attorney. ...

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