Pa. city council aims to eliminate blighted properties

06/13/2013 | Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.), The

The Easton, Pa., City Council has passed an ordinance that encourages owners of vacant, blighted or foreclosed properties to clean up and sell them. The ordinance creates a registration and tracking system, fines and fees that could top $5,000 if a property is vacant for more than 10 years.

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