Bridgeport homeowner questions fine from city’s anti-blight program
BRIDGEPORT - A Bridgeport homeowner spoke out Wednesday after he was fined $3,000 by the city's anti-blight program.
Gabriel Milord says he does not understand why his property is being hit with such a large fine when there are houses on his street that look worse.
The house, which is located at the corner of Maple and Kossuth Streets, is currently vacant.
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Milord admits his property needs some work, but says he's been actively trying to renovate it.
He says he was able to get the fine reduced to $500.