Additionally, Julia, an elderly teacher, was unable to clean up her yard and house.
The adjacent land appeared to have been left for a long time as the paint was coming off.
The woman barely makes ends meet with her pension. She was unable to care for the house and land as a result.
She lacks assistance. She has no children and lives on her own. Friendly neighbors decided to assist the teacher in organizing the house.
The aging woman soon received a substantial fine that she was unable to pay. The neighbors then made the decision to still assist her.
Their friends and relatives joined them. They worked weekends and when they had time throughout the summer.
The house was not recognized for three months. New boards were used to cover the house, all of the windows and the porch were fixed, and the location was changed.
Julia initially objected to it, but over time she began to socialize and became friends with the assistants.
They now visit her frequently. These repairs would have cost Julia at least $10,000, but the helpful neighbors took care of everything on their own.