Examples of Blighted in a sentence
Blighted: A structure that is abandoned, deteriorated substantially beyond normal wear and tear, a public nuisance, or appears to violate minimum health and safety standards.
The Office of Residential Inspection, for instance, will be led by a Chief Inspection Official and will consist of three divisions: The Vacant and Blighted Property Division, the Rental Housing Inspections Division, and the House Rehabilitation Division.
The following are NSP eligible activities:• Financing mechanisms for the purchase of Foreclosed Homes or Residential Properties.• Acquisition and rehabilitation of Foreclosed or Abandoned Homes for homeownership.• Acquisition and rehabilitation of Foreclosed or Abandoned Residential Properties for rental.• Establishing Land Banks for Foreclosed Homes or Residential Properties.• Demolition of Blighted Structures.• Redevelopment of demolished or Vacant Property.
Bid: LowestAmount: $3,012,252.60 [2% equalized bid for D-BB] End Date: December 31, 2025 Services:Vendor must provide and obtain all necessary equipment/materials for Abatement and Demolition of Blighted residential structures.
The Vacant and Blighted Property Division will investigate and classify vacant and blighted buildings, the Rental Housing Inspections Division will conduct proactive, and complaint-based residential housing inspections and the Housing Rehabilitation Division will abate code violations, process abatement contracts, and collect unpaid abatement fines.