Is there anyone living at 6579 Pickwick St, Los Angeles CA 90042? This home had a broken septic system that was putting the raw sewage down the

Asked by James Brown, 91502 Tue Jan 5, 2010

hillside. I don't think you are allowed to occupy a property in that condition, right?

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Phyllis Harb, Agent, La Canada, CA
Thu Jan 7, 2010
I can't tell you if anyone is living there but the property was recently sold.

According to Multiple Listing Service Records the agent representing the buyer was Brenda Ross with Coldwell Banker. You might try googling her or contacting Coldwell Banker to determine if they can provide her contact info. She should be able to locate her client/the buyer.
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Michael Ford, Agent,
Tue Jan 5, 2010
this is a Health Department issue. raw sewage is a BIG deal. don't wait until morning...this is an emergency.

the city can do repairs like this on a public safety basis...the owner will be back charged.

there is most likely not a septic tank there...more likely a sewer
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Dallas Texas, Agent, Dallas, TN
Tue Jan 5, 2010
I would recommend following:

a) Knock at door during day light hours determine if occupied
b) Contact city in morning who will dispatch proper city department review the situation
c) You can tax roll property determine who owns it AND google search residential phone number

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