Eyesore of the Week: Forest Street between Lewis Street and Walnut Lane

Eyesore of the Week: Forest Street between Lewis Street and Walnut Lane

On Forest Street between Lewis Street and Walnut Lane near the
Upper Miller Slough, a pile of chain link fence and additional
industrial materials have been left in on vacant property.
According to Kristi Abrams, community development director for the
City of Gilroy, the property belongs to South County Housing. Calls
placed to South County Housing were not returned as of press
time.
On Forest Street between Lewis Street and Walnut Lane near the Upper Miller Slough, a pile of chain link fence and additional industrial materials have been left in on vacant property. According to Kristi Abrams, community development director for the City of Gilroy, the property belongs to South County Housing. Calls placed to South County Housing were not returned as of press time.

WHERE: On Forest Street between Lewis Street and Walnut Lane

PROBLEM: Leftover fence and industrial materials piled up in vacant lot

RESPONSIBILITY: South County Housing

CONTACT: 842-9181

TIME ON EYESORE WATCH: 1 day

OFF THE LIST: Thank you E.J. Rossie, LLC, for cleaning up behind the former location of China Palace Restaurant, located in Suite A on 353 E. 10th St. This former eyesore is visible from the 350 block of Ninth Street near the intersection of Alexander Street

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