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Calvary Cemetery is still a mess

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Wilmington, Nc (WWAY)-- Calvary cemetery is still a mess.

Forty-one days ago, Owner Jack Krupicka promised to have the grounds cleaned. After going out to the cemetery Tuesday, we found not much has changed.

The grass is overgrown and trash cans are overflowing onto headstones. We asked the city of Wilmington if Krupicka was still being fined $100 a day.

We haven't gotten an answer, yet.

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Why not go beyond the fine?

what is the action which can be taken when any owner fails to maintain property? And what is the timeline for that action?

What is the status of the City securing bids to have the property maintained?

Has anyone suggested WHA send over a workcrew of free living residents equipped with tools provided by the City? Has to be a lower cost than a contractor; and it puts some of the free living recipients to work in the fresh air outdoors.

Forced labor

I think you know that forced labor, whether they live in public housing or not, are not prisoners, is illegal in NC.
Someone like you that thinks they are so smart should know this.
Just SC Thom posting some more nonsense with mind-numbing regularity.

You touch

on the least significant portion of the post.

Rather than repeat the same gibberish, the reporter could note the steps available to the City or County to enforce property maintenance. There is a process available, with specific timelines, whicj can bring the property up to standards and can lead to property sale @ the Courthouse for unpaid liens. That would offer more information than what has been provided.

I gather you are either concerned you might have to work rather than watch Ophra or you're a film industry supporter. Whatever your intent was, your 3 seconds in the limelight are over and you can scurry back to your burrow.

wouldn't be forced

They would be free to not participate in the work and as a result of not participating, they should lose all benefits. It is a choice. I know you think people should get paid just for mastering the skill of taking up space and breeding.