At their regular meeting earlier this month, the Fell Twp. Supervisors provided an update on actions being taken with regard to several long-running nuisance problems.

At their regular meeting earlier this month, the Fell Twp. Supervisors provided an update on actions being taken with regard to several long-running nuisance problems.

The Cisneros property at 79 Jefferson St., which the supervisors had hoped to have razed at the end of last year, is now scheduled to be demolished sometime this month.

"It's very dangerous," offered Board of Supervisors chairman Ron Cosklo in describing the condemned building, which had been owned by Sharon and Mario Cisneros.

The supervisors also discussed a hearing which was scheduled for a nuisance property at 204 Morse Ave., where they have filed a preliminary injunction in the case.

Cosklo pointed out that the matter involves the sale of the property by its owner, Marjer Inc., to a man in New Jersey. Cosklo said the new owner wants to move into the residence and live there rather than rent it out.

However, Cosklo added that the deteriorated state of the property remains an issue. For that reason, he said the supervisors decided to go forward with the planned hearing.

"We want it stipulated how soon he's going to get the building done," Cosklo noted of the new owner, "because right now it's really tough on the neighbors over there."

In a couple related issues, the supervisors announced that they:

• Contacted Joseph Aloe, 4 Jefferson St., requesting a garbage and tire cleanup at his property;

• Received no response to a letter sent by the township solicitor to the owners of a trailer which is illegally parked on Midland Street.