Apparently you never had a problem with your house. Try calling or even emailing Mike Yudelson. He does not return phone calls nor will he meet with you... Or better yet call his engineering dept- have them come down and promise you the world and then nothing is done. I have been telling the Breese/ Yudelson administration about my wet property since 2004. NOTHING WAS DONE. They were going to investigate it. Now because the town allowed mark Iv to build next door high on berms with a BOGUS envirmomental impact study( try finding it through the freedom of information act- 11 pages are missing) that wet water has tripled and now sinking my house.( the town never did the study. They allowed mark iv to present their own and they submitted the previous builders impact study). And the town accepted it?
Also the town lawyer and Mr. Yudelson they should keep their story straight. Their version of why they cannot build a covert around my house conflicts with what their insurance states. I was promised since last June" don't worry about it' from Bill Mulligan( who is supporting Yudelson) something will be done- over and over again. NO ONE told me to file a claim. I had trust in the town. I sent letter to the other board members also, Basically I was stalled. The town insurance company told me that I filed too late! What? Filed too late? But I was told by the engineers, bill mulligan - don't worry about it. So I waited until May to file a claim- not to repair my house but to build a covert. My home is an historical landmark. Does this matter to the town supervisor. No. Or to the other town members who are supporting him?
And I went before the town in 2004-2006-2008-2010 to ask them to help me with the wet land. I have red creek running along side that floods. So the town allowed Mark Iv to move in- Flood the wet lands and the red creek next to me and thereby flooding my house.. If the town acted 9 years ago I wouldn't be in this situation now,.
So unless you have a problem with your property anyone can say anything about how good or bad a leader is- But not until you have a health and disaster issue should you be able to look at the town board and wonder if they are the right leaders for this fine community
Vote for Jack Moore. He returns phone calls and listens
ps. Look at the articles written about my house with Mr. Yudelson not getting back too them.. No comment until much later and this is done by the town's attorney.. The town's attorney is saying what needs to be said to the community- however- their insurance company in Buffalo says something entirely different
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