From Times Ledger:
Ongoing construction at the old St. Saviour’s Church site was stopped by the city last Thursday, after activists who want a park built on the site complained about outstanding violations.
The city Departments of Buildings and Sanitation both sent inspectors to the site, according to city officials. Sanitation ordered the contractor at the site to remove dumpsters full of waste by the end of the week, but Buildings brought the construction of several warehouses on the 1.5-acre lot to a halt after activist Christina Wilkinson issued a complaint.
Wilkinson and other residents keep a vigilant watch over the site, and in the preceding weeks appealed to elected officials for help in getting the park project going and make sure the current construction is legal.
“We’re running out of time. We’ve staved off development for awhile,” she said. “It is time to do something.”
In looking at the permits (under the many addresses this parcel has) there seems to be another SWO for the fence that was issued Friday.
Here's the interesting thing...
They had allegedly "cured" the fence violation just days before. I guess DOB doesn't bother to check to see if they are telling the truth unless someone complains.