There has been progress in the cleanup of an abandoned home in the Block House Creek neighborhood, with the home now in foreclosure. Its owner, Nancy Belay, has been convicted of misdemeanor public nuisance and fined $100 for failing to maintain it.
Belay said she’s doing her best to clean up the property. Church volunteers helped her pull broken furniture out of the house and removed a lot of the rotting material that created mold and attracted rats and raccoons.
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What’s the story: An abandoned house in the Block House Creek subdivision is still an eyesore because repairs are needed.
Who’s responsible: Williamson County Environmental Law Enforcement Department
What they say: Roy Hart of the environmental enforcement office says he’s checking on the abandoned house weekly and sees progress.