October 4, 2022

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Hyannis loved ones evicted, a casualty of Cape Cod’s housing disaster

HYANNIS — Alessandra Dabliz, 50, guided her brother’s wheelchair out of her 51 Dunns Pond Road residence of pretty much four years.

It was the final item continue to in the residence following the pair’s Wednesday morning eviction, overseen by the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office environment. Blankets, fans and other belongings were being loaded into a rental truck. 

“We have no area to go,” stated Dabliz in an job interview a single day before the eviction.

Months-extensive dispute

Dabliz said her landlord, Jack Cardarelli, informed her he was selling the property previous summer months and necessary them to leave the assets. She and her brother struggled to find housing and Cardarelli eventually started the eviction procedure, Dabliz said.

But Cardarelli’s lawyer, Mark Boudreau, disputes that.

Cardarelli has not indicated he will offer the home, Bourdreau said. Dabliz was 11 months guiding on lease, he reported. She also brought in her brother, George Peznola, and yet another tenant to sublet with out the landlord’s authorization, Bourdreau stated.

Alessandra Dabliz removes the last item from her home on Dunns Pond Road in Hyannis after being evicted. The eviction followed a court proceeding, according to the landlord's attorney.

Dabliz advised the Times she had notified Cardarelli about her brother going in.

A message still left for Cardarelli at his business enterprise was not returned.

“The issue went by mediation as a result of the Housing Court docket,” stated Boudreau. “The tenants agreed to transfer out by July 1. When that did not transpire, we basically followed by with the court get to have them evicted.”

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