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Court Appointed Receiver Begins Clean Up of 'Dangerous Hoarding Property' in Bay Terraces

SAN DIEGO — A court-appointed receiver began the clean-up and rehabilitation of a Bay Terraces home that officials say is both a fire hazard and an example of excessive hoarding, the San Diego City Attorney's Office announced.

The home on Mesa Hills Court "is piled high with trash both inside and out," according to the City Attorney's Office, which said the receiver will also assist the home's resident in obtaining counseling and other treatment to address hoarding behavior.

City officials say the home's condition violates state and local laws, as it has been without running water for two years and features doors and windows blocked by debris that is stacked to the ceiling.

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