CEDAR LAKE | The Town Council on Tuesday took action on a plan that could allow a blind woman whose home was mistakenly sold out from under her to stay in her house.
My heart goes out to Dolores Pittman, the blind Cedar Lake women who, although no fault of her own, is about to be be evicted from her home of 60 years.
For three long years, my family's life has been on hold. Will we lose or keep the home we have lived in for 55 years? The verdict came a few weeks ago — arriving hand-in-hand with winter’s chill.
CEDAR LAKE | A 67-year-old blind woman who lost ownership of her home through a Lake County tax sale said she can remain temporarily, if she pays $300 a month in rent.
CROWN POINT | Delinquent taxpayers beware.
So Dolores Pittman is going to be evicted from her home of 54 years because of blunders by the professional screw-ups who are our Lake County officials.
Dolores Pittman listens to the television at her Cedar Lake home on Feb. 12. Pittman, who is blind, and her family, are being evicted from the home that she had paid up, but was sold at a county tax sale through an official misunderstanding.
Dolores Pittman at her home Feb. 12. Pittman, who is blind, and her family, are being evicted from the home that she had paid up, but was sold at a Lake County tax sale through an official misunderstanding.
CEDAR LAKE | Blind and living on little more than her Social Security check, Dolores Pittman soon may be homeless.
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