China Won’t Evict Family From Squalid Property Until After Christmas, In Case Martha Stewart Wants To Drop By To Bake Cookies And Decorate

China grandma faces evictionCHINA — The town will not take action before Christmas to evict a 70-year-old China woman and her family from their Fire Road 60 property despite concerns that their living conditions are unsafe, Code Enforcement Officer Scott Pierz said Tuesday. The town is awaiting an order of condemnation from Kennebec County Superior Court, which could come any day. But action has been delayed because Judith Farris and her family say they were not properly notified of a November hearing. Pierz said although the town is ready to move forward when the court order is signed, he is sensitive to the time of year. “It’s a few days before Christmas,” Pierz said. “I don’t think anybody’s interested in putting her out of the buildings.” (read more at Kennebec Journal)

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