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Property violations may close down two Baldwin Borough businesses |

Property violations may close down two Baldwin Borough businesses

| Thursday, March 10, 2011 12:00 a.m

Several property maintenance violations could lead to the closure of a Baldwin Borough structure that houses two businesses, officials said.

A hearing is set for Tuesday in front of magisterial District Judge John Bova, after the owners of 5104 Old Clairton Road were cited by Baldwin Borough for property maintenance violations.

A commercial inspection late last year yielded 24 borough code violations for property maintenance, borough Manager John Barrett said. The property, which contains one building, houses two businesses — a Motel 51 in the front and a tavern, Crystal’s House of Rock, in the rear. The businesses were not cited for violations.

Neither owner could be reached for comment. Staff at the Motel 51 office declined to comment.

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