Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Clayton Stine's Stump Dump Finally Sold

For years, Clayton Stine has stymied efforts to sell his Lower Mount Bethel farm, more accurately described as the "stump dump." Over 100 acres were strewn with tree stumps 20- to 30-feet deep. Every now and then, they'd erupt in flames.

Today, Stine's dump took a lump. The federal frumps sold this clump of land to a grump from New York, Gerald DiDomenico.

He picked up this property for under $250,000.

DiDomenico is no chump.

What's his line?

Solid waste, baby.

Everybody jump!

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