By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> The Hamden developer cited earlier this month for various
blight violations at the 10-acres of abandoned Farrel property he bought last
year, has appealed the citation, vowing to start construction on the property
within 60 days.
Moustapha Diakhate sent an appeals letter to City Hall this week, contesting
the threat of daily fines upwards of $20,000.
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