Guilderland approves vacant property crackdown

Reprinted from www.timesunion.com

Guilderland

The town cracked down on vacant properties Tuesday night by unanimously adopting an ordinance that requires otimesunionwners of vacant structures to register them, keep them neat and put up a $5,000 bond that the town can tap into if the property needs to be cleaned up.

“These properties don’t generally become public health issues, but they become unsightly and rundown,” said Town Supervisor Ken Runion.

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