NEIGHBORS ARE MAD AS HELL ABOUT ABANDONED HOMES
by CAROLYN SALAZAR and BILL SANDERSON
of The NEW YORK POST
Even a couple of foreclosed homes can drag down a neighborhood. That's the lesson Throgs Neck residents learned the hard way by watching two houses in their Bronx neighborhood decay after lenders forced their owners out.
The two foreclosed homes, on Revere and Calhoun avenues, brought their neighbors to despair over mouse infestation, giant stinking piles of trash, graffiti and vandalism.