A Bangor home has been raising concerns from neighbors… After several complaints about the eyesore on Patten Street–it was referred to Public Works, and as of today the house has been demolished
A City Council vote on June 22nd declared the property on 44 Patten Street dangerous under state law and ordered its demolition over objections from the property’s owner.
The residence was a nuisance throughout the years, causing three individuals to become sick in January of 2013 due to carbon monoxide poisoning, and then a fire broke out June of that same year. Demolition experts explain how to destroy it without affecting nearby properties
Demolition processes generally have a multitude of liabilities and dangers, with the fear of falling debris hitting other houses
This location is one of many uninhabitable houses in the Bangor area. It’s predicted the plot of land will be completely empty in two days time