Colorado dairy farmer gets help with house ditched on her farm
A Colorado county has stepped in to help a dairy farmer after an entire house and garage was dumped on her property. According to Denver 7, Mountain View Farm had made a verbal agreement with DeJohn Housemoving Inc. to leave the home on their property for a few days. That was back in September and the house and garage filled with asbestos is still sitting there.
Now Larimer County officials have come in to help the dairy farmer with the situation, declaring the building unsafe and that the con man who left it there has 30 days to remove the building. If nothing happens after 60 days, the county will step in and mitigate the asbestos and demolish the building.
Tags: House Moving, Real Estate, Rural America
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