Monday, August 13, 2007

Boarding House Operator Out Of Jail

So the City and State are investigating another boarding house with illegal operations.
Boarding House Operator Out Of Jail


"A woman accused of running an overcrowded boarding house for 18 people lives in a sprawling estate along the Hillsborough River valued at more than $500,000.

"The Department of Children and Families closed the Beach Street home to tenants on Thursday because of improper supervision, environmental hazards such as the lack of air conditioning, medical neglect and fire code violations."

Based on our experiences in Seminole Heights with an illegal boarding house how long do you think it will remain closed?

2 comments:

Torgo said...

You mean it hasn't already re-opened?

Mal Carne said...

That's West Tampa and we all know that developer money is going in to that area. My bet is that it stays closed.
It's really too bad that we don't have any historic buildings (not homes) that could be redone to look like somethng from a Zorro movie set. We'd actually get something from the city.