Sherrod said she has no idea how Plummer is accessing the lot.
South Philly H.O.M.E.S. Executive Director Claudia Sherrod was the subject of an investigation by NBC10 into an illegal dump in Point Breeze she partially owns. The story of the dump, which is being used to illegally store construction debris by local contractor Donald Plummer, was first reported by the City Paper last month.
In an interview with NBC10's Katy Zachry, Sherrod said she was "sick and disgusted" by the condition of the lots, and speculates that Plummer had illegally constructed a fence around the lot However, Sherrod has still never explained why there were no records of her filing trespassing complaints with the police or L&I, or why she has never taken any legal action against Plummer for his blatent violation of her property rights. Attempts to contact Plummer were fruitless.
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