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City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

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closed #36510

Unsafe Buildings

2421 S Bryan ST

Case Date:
6/16/2004

Emergency vehicle personnel said inside of trailer is filthy -- trash, garbage, liquor bottles, windows boarded up. Water shut off since April 27, 2004. Hospital personnel reported problem.

closed #28350

Unsafe Buildings

607 E Miller DR

Case Date:
9/20/2005

Treas called roof being replaced and water leaked in over night during rain storm, ceilings falling in, electrical fixtures full of water. F/D called

closed #28813

Unsafe Buildings

730 W Howe ST

Case Date:
9/1/2005

The house is vacant and has been for a long time. The window is broken on the east side of the home. There is standing water in the basement and the house stinks. Please call Jennifer Kulaga or husband Chris Jaffe @ the above number with the status.

closed #6816

Unsafe Buildings

2515 S Rogers ST

Case Date:
5/6/2010

Possible unregistered rental. Caller says someone lives here but his parents own the trailer. Windows boarded up, no water, holes in floor. I advised her that this may not meet the threshold of an unsafe structure and was not necessarily a rental.

closed #11275

Unsafe Buildings

190 E Sunny Slopes DR

Case Date:
7/28/2009

Unsafe structure with health concerns (standing water, appliances, trash, weeds, open structure).

closed #162877

Unsafe Buildings

1301 W Woodhill DR

Case Date:
1/31/2018

This horrible rental company had water flowing out of their house for at least a week. Busted pipes, and they don't take care of their properties. There's already been a bunch of cases of mold in their rentals. I bet you anything these subhumas are going to still try to rent this shithole to some rentals they know they can easily take advantage of.

closed #182035

Unsafe Buildings

331 S Grant ST

Case Date:
11/9/2022

More than one person is sick with bronchitis in multiple units in the building. The doctor states that bronchitis can be caused by materials that pollute indoor air. I know that we all share one furnace where one unit has control over the temperature of all six apartments in the building. There was questionable contaminated water that was sitting in a unit for the month that the residents were getting sick; it was plunged down the drained Monday 11/7. Though the water is not there anymore, the health and safety of the ventilation & air quality is still in question. I also cannot open the windows easily to the whole apartment to let fresh air in (is that a fire hazard?)