Deadline passes for family to clean yard due to code violations
SAN MATEO, Calif. (KGO) -- In February, a judge gave the owners 30 days to clean it up. That deadline has now passed and there is a noticeable difference in what the house looked like in January and how it looks now.
The debris, old carpet and camping tent have been hauled away. However, there is still a trailer and some lumber in the front and it looks like landscaping is still far away.
The owners, Mark and Kimberly Klaiber, told ABC7 News they have not heard from city inspectors.
If the judge determines the clean up did not go far enough, then contractors will be sent to the home to finish the work at the homeowners' expense.
The city attorney's office says they've tried to work with this family for more than a decade to get the property up to code.
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