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Continued: Edina acts to empty a condo unit crammed with possessions

  • Article by: MARY JANE SMETANKA , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 25, 2014 - 1:13 PM

She said she understands that the situation is a difficult one for cities.

“The city doesn’t have the money or time to try to get someone to change, and they never will,” she said. “That’s where we need the mental health person and the professional organizer who continues to sort and manage things in the home as we understand why they are hoarding.”

The Parklawn condo building has more than 100 units. Building management could not be reached by phone, and the phone of the woman who owned the unit was not accepting calls last week.

 

Mary Jane Smetanka • 612-673-7380

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