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Brown lawns, graffiti, squatters and West Nile Virus are just some of the symptoms of a housing market that’s in decline. As the number of foreclosures increases all over Southern California, local agencies are finding violations of nuisance codes along with threats to public health.
Main Topic Foreclosure Crisis Hits Home 24 MIN, 48 SEC
Southern California is as hard hit by housing foreclosures as any place in the country. Tonight we’ll hear about lawn painting, West Nile Virus and foreclosure fish.

Guests:
Edward Kenzer, Realtor in the Antelope Valley; Blogger, highdesertwind.wordpress.com
Tina Hess, Supervising Assistant City Attorney for housing enforcement and problem properties
Truc Dever, Spokeswoman for the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District
Aaron Burgin, Reporter in the southwestern Riverside County bureau of the Riverside Press-Enterprise

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