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Owner of ramshackle house appeals case to state Supreme Court

8:01 AM, Jun. 14, 2013
Town of Neenah struggles to raze ramshackle house
Town of Neenah struggles to raze ramshackle house: The town of Neenah has a court order to raze a dilapidated house on Oakridge Place, but the homeowner has appealed the order to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, halting any change to the property. (June 12, 2013)
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During the past three years, the town has spent $30,000 in legal fees in an attempt to raze a ramshackle house that's valued at $1,000.

The house at 1745 Oakridge Place, though, is still standing - for the most part.

The owner of the property, Stephen Bates, has fought every attempt by the town to raze the house. In the most recent legal maneuver, Bates petitioned the Wisconsin Supreme Court to review his case. ...

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