Unauthorized Business to Relocate from Alamo Neighborhood
ALAMO – An Alamo man is tired of his neighbor running an unauthorized business next door.
David Bermudez says his neighborhood used to look respectable. He says that changed when a company moved in and started remodeling rundown mobile homes.
Bermudez believes they shouldn’t be doing it in a residential area.
“They’re just remodeling something that is already destroyed, dirty, infested. And that infestation, that odor and that dirtiness is being brought to this neighborhood,” said Bermudez.
He says for nearly three months his street became a high traffic area for their material drop-offs and pickups.
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