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     January 6, 2021      #16-6 KDJ

Hearing about 'nuisance property' continued 

By Jeff Bonty

KANKAKEE — Tuesday’s hearing to revoke the bond for the owner of a nuisance property in Kankakee lasted just 10 minutes.

The hearing in Kankakee County court was then continued until Jan. 26.

The Kankakee County State’s Attorney’s office was set to argue that the homeowner, Irene Guzman, had not complied with the ruling Judge Bill Dickenson made on Nov. 10, 2020.

On that date, Dickenson declared Guzman’s home at 456 S. Lincoln Ave. in Kankakee a nuisance property. His ruling allowed Guzman to stay in the home by posting a $5,000 bond based on state statute. It also ordered that Guzman, her husband and two minor children would be the only ...

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