By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
ANSONIA >> The city has slapped the Hamden developer who bought some
former blighted Farrel Corp. property downtown in 2013 with an $8,000 per day
lien for failing to remediate the building, despite several deadline
At a recent appeals hearing, the city’s hearing officer, Attorney Keith
Murray denied “a further extension of time” for Developer Moustapha Diakhate to
fix the remaining broken windows on the building at 501 E. Main St. Murray said
at the hearing last week, there were still about 80 broken windows plaguing the
building, which Diakhate agreed to board up, along with a host of other fixes he
and the city previously agreed upon.
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