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Unwanted Intrusion

The Joza family and neighbors rally with state Sen. Tony Avella (D-Bayside) to denounce a developer for putting up temporary scaffolding over the family garage without their permission. Avella said the family should be properly compensated for the use of their property and that the developer should have received permission before the encroachment. Ling Zhang, the superintendant for the job, said the scaffolding is required under the building code. The Joza family has hired a lawyer and is in the process of suing. Photo by Joe Anuta
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l. kaye from flushing says:
what lawyer are they using - I have the same problem!!
Dec. 13, 2012, 10:48 am

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