House of the week

03/22/2011 10:18 AM |

This home on a landscaped acre is close to all and offers three bedrooms, two baths, living room with gas fireplace, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, hardwood floors, two-car garage, laundry room, central air conditioning, central vacuum, in-ground sprinklers, heated pool, patio and large deck.

Location: Jamesport

Price: $799,000

Broker: Colony Realty, Jamesport, 631-722-5800

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  • if the person who lives at the property who was arrested, is aquitted, how long does the landlord’s name stay on the wall?
    have not read the law, so hopefully there are protocols in place to clear people’s names as well

  • I agree wholeheartedly with your reminder that the accused shall be innocent until proven guilty. It is the core of our judicial system. However, this is not a sentencing in a court of law. It is a way to raise the public’s awareness of their surroundings and to reveal repeat offenders where there have been multiple arrests or violations issued. There is real danger in properties being left unattended, and it is up to us to demand a safer community. I think the aim here is to encourage landowners to take responsibility and I don’t think this “punishment” needs to be contingent on a conviction. Again, I respect your sentiments, but I think of this more as a public’s right to know than an unjust law. I assume that if there have been multiple arrests and violations at one location, then the community needs to know what is happening.

  • I agree wholeheartedly with your reminder that the accused shall be innocent until proven guilty. It is the core of our judicial system. However, this is not a sentencing in a court of law. It is a way to raise the public’s awareness of their surroundings and to reveal repeat offenders where there have been multiple arrests or violations issued. There is real danger in properties being left unattended, and it is up to us to demand a safer community. I think the aim here is to encourage landowners to take responsibility and I don’t think this “punishment” needs to be contingent on a conviction. Again, I respect your sentiments, but I think of this more as a public’s right to know than an unjust law. I assume that if there have been multiple arrests and violations at one location, then the community needs to know what is happening.

  • We’re looking to rent. 1 week or 2 max. You just show sales & don’t link the business sites