Port Chester is in the middle of a big clean-up.
From the much-publicized crackdown on housing, to the in-house scrubbing of corruption, the current administration under Mayor Dennis Pilla and the Board of Trustees have signaled that they're serious about purging the village of its less-desirable elements.
Of course, no conversation about Port Chester's revitalization is complete without talk of downtown. It was a focal point during the mayoral campaign, when candidate Bart Didden . It was an issue this week as local government leaders discussed . And it's been a recurring discussion here on Port Chester Patch, where readers have begun and the they own.
Today, we're asking our readers: What are the biggest public eyesores in town, and where should code and building officials focus their efforts next in the ongoing clean-up effort?
Leave your answers in the comments section below. If you're identifying a specific building or property, please include the address. We'll forward the list on to village hall and keep readers updated on future progress in eliminating blight.
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