Condemned Frat House Reopens

Members of a University of Kentucky fraternity are back in their house after it was condemned.

The Kentucky Kernel reports Sigma Pi members started moving back into the house on Saturday.

City code enforcement officials condemned the Aylesford Place property last Wednesday after they say they found beer cans, trash and food everywhere.

29 fraternity members are living in the house.

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  • by Student Location: UK on Jan 29, 2008 at 02:18 AM
    Beer can, trash, and food everywhere? When is it not like that at the Sigma Pi house? Being a female student who would be invited to frat houses, this definitely was one to avoid! Hope it doesn't go back to that way. They should condemn all the greek houses with the way they are when you walk in!
  • by Ashley Location: Somerset on Jan 28, 2008 at 03:09 PM
    Is it really that surprising that beer cans and food were found strewn across the floors of a fraternity? It just seems a bit dramatic that they condemned the house...
  • by jake Location: richmond on Jan 28, 2008 at 12:54 PM
    beer cans trash and food in a frat house? no kidding ..sounds like some city official was trying to get some publicity. someone should check his house. how about saying clean this up or else, i am sure there is more important things they should be doing than picking on these guys
  • by old res on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:13 AM
    I lived across from this house 20 years ago. It hasn't changed much. When I parked on their side of the road they flattened my tires when I parked on mine my windshield got smashed....
  • by KY Xtian Location: Mt. Sterling on Jan 28, 2008 at 08:36 AM
    Don't they still have house moms which are supposed to teach these kids to clean up after themselves?? How difficult is it to put a piece of trash in the garbage?


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