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In the public comment section of the meeting, Regina and Tim Dayton went to the podium to make statements.“Had our petitions been heard, none of these actions would have been necessary,” said Regina Dayton. “We have been portrayed as litigious malcontents. Wrongdoing by city officials has never been acknowledged.”“The city is intent on proceeding with both actions. The meter keeps running. The law entitles us to legal fees,” said Tim Dayton. “Please pay our legal fees.”“If the people of this community really understood, they’d have a much different opinion of us,” said Regina. “If we didn’t believe we were right, we wouldn’t have done what we did.”“We had either incomplete or improper inspections. When the transcripts are heard, there will be very different assessments,” said Tim Dayton.
In order to “have a much different opinion” of the Dayton’s, I searched various Public Records.
This site shows the number of times a Notice of Commencement was issued, which indicates there must have been issues involved in the plans that were submitted by the Dayton’s, for their “Custom Built Home”, designed by an Architect, I assume they hired, and whose name never appears in any documents.
I also have many questions, which I hope the Dayton’s can answer, as to why they received so many mortgages from SunTrust under these circumstances, especially in 2009, , and also why, if the Dayton’s in 12/2008, were claiming to be filing bankruptcy, and then in 2013, found the cash to pay off a $350K mortgage.
Next, I reviewed the lawsuit filed by Dayton filed in 2009:
According to the lawsuit, Dayton’s claim the home does not comply with the Building Codes, and in Paragraph’s 31 and 32 they claim the Hambro System, a major structural component, has inferior concrete. Based on this fact alone, the Dayton’s should not be occupying the home because of health, safety and welfare concerns, and the home should be “Red Tagged”, until this matter is resolved, or proven untrue. http://www.ncbarch.org/hswdef.pdf
I’m sure the Dayton’s have a complete explanation of all these publically recorded document’s, and can fully justify why they have made so many people’s lives so miserable since selling their beautiful 872 sq. ft. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home in Ohio, valued at $61K, and now living in this horrible home that is even too dangerous to live in.
Please, will someone call the proper authorities to have this home “Red Tagged” before the home collapses, and our neighbors get hurt
I wonder what impact all this information will have on them when they decide to sell???
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