Another property unsecured, rear windows broken. In order to save a couple of buck on securing a property, Tom's directives are to just board up the windows that are broken.
Leave the intact windows unboarded so that they can be broken and we can call out our member of the friends and family plan to make a second call to board up the now broken windows. This way our friend can double bill the Hammond Taxpayers. It does not make sense why the building was not property secured in the first place.
I believe this was a rental property. How did it pass the basic code inspection review with no staircase handrails?Now the way McDermott's Bottom Basement Boys deal with things that are uncomfortable or not flattering to Tom? Label someone, like they did with freetime. Dave, keep up your good work.
This is the 6100 block of Harrison. The houses on either side of this one, are also vacant, beat up, and partially boarded up. There are also 2 more houses across the street that are vacant, one of which has partially repaired fire damage. Literally, HALF of the 6100 block of Harrison is boarded up/vacant. While there are a couple of nice houses on this block, the rest of them that are occupied, are not exactly decent looking.
If you keep on going down Harrison to 165th, there are a couple of empty lots where houses were torn down, and several more houses that are vacant, one boarded up. It's not getting any better.