The Village of Lombard and Manager David Hulseberg are responsible for All the Damages and Losses Caused by the Lombard Police and Fire Department to the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, one block southeast from St. Pius X Catholic Church and School, and one block from Westmore Elementary School, in DuPage County, Illinois 60148 USA. By the actions of Village of Lombard and Manager David Hulseberg, the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow purchased by Mr. Roberto Hung has been damaged and demolished, along with all the assets and belongings owned by Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler and the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family. Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler is petitioning immediate cash payment for All the Damages and Losses to business and personal assets at the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family.
The Lombard Police and Fire Department have been responsible for the crimes committed at the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family while the Lombard resident homeowners were at work, travelling, or out-of-town in DuPage County, Illinois USA. Consequently, the Village of Lombard has the obligation to compensate and pay the Hung Family for all the damages and losses to the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family in Illinois, USA. Since September 2, 1993, the Hung Family have been Lombard resident homeowners at 502 S. Westmore Avenue in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois. The Hung Family members purchased two (2) Lombard homes from 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD HAS TO PAY THE HUNG FAMILY FOR DAMAGES AND LOSSES TO THE ESTATE OF ROBERTO HUNG AND FAMILY MEMBERS ABUSED AS VICTIMS OF CRIMES SET UP BY THE LOMBARD POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT IN DUPAGE COUNTY ILLINOIS USA.
The Lombard Real Estate Property at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd. in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, is registered as York Township Parcel No. 06-09-315-038, under a Deed Trust for the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung Supplemental Health Care. This Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow was built in 1927 as a residential family home, lot size at 60 ft. X 144 ft., for a total square feet of 8,640.00. The estimated market value was $272.850 in 2008.
Roofing Damages Caused to the Hung Family Real Estate Property in the Village of Lombard after SBC Telephone Company Service authorized by Edward Westenholtz jumped the adjoining fence between the Carpenters’ driveway and the backyard in the Lombard Historical Brick Bungalow.
Basement Flooded the Bar Ceiling caused by Water Rupture in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois–due to ungauged water pressure released by the storm draining system during 2004.
Ceiling Water Damages due to Unauthorized Services by the Village of Lombard and Trespassers Walking on the Roof. Bedroom Flooding Caused by Water Rupture in the Village of Lombard due to Ungauged Water Pressure which required PSI Valves to control the Storm Draining System supervised by Public Works and the Water Department in Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
The Village of Lombard authorized TV Cable Installers to walk on the roof, while one of the TV Cable installer slipped off and fell off the roof breaking his back at the expense of the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
Authorized SBC Telephone Services by Edward Westenholtz provided by trespassers jumping the adjoining gothic fence, splintered between the Carpenters’ driveway and the Hung Family Real Estate property in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
Roofing Damages & Losses Caused by Unauthorized Services in the Village of Lombard left loose aluminum siding, wooden planks, and rubble over existing flower borders, green lawn, and garden landscape at the Hung Family Real Estate Property adjoining Eva and John Carpenter’s home.
The Village of Lombard allowed trespassers to jump the adjoining fence between the Carpenters’ driveway to cause extensive Roofing Damages & Losses to existing rain gutters, ductwork, and wooden structures at the Hung Family Real Estate Property in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
Village of Lombard Damages & Losses to this Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow Owned by the Hung Family and Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung, J.D. in Du Page
There have been many instances of abuse, heinous hate crimes, and others transgressions against the Lombard Brick Bungalow while the Hung Family have been Lombard resident homeowners in DuPage County, Illinois, for instance:
· Bullet hole on upper glass window pane in the living room
· Broken fence posts, splintered wood caused by trespassers jumping over the adjoining fence by the Carpenters’ driveway at 506 S. Westmore-Meyers Road in Lombard , Illinois , 60148-3028 , Du Page County, USA
· Torched-burning front door varnish with fire, as well as back porch door, and tool shed garden door
· Chemicals burning grass lawn
· Cracked, broken light fixtures on ceilings
· Bursting Lombard water plumbing pipes due to ungauged water pressure; leaking ducts and canals with fissures in the County of Du Page, Illinois, USA
· Broken Maple Tree Branch over the Carpenters’ driveway caused by the Carpenters ABF Truck 88938 on July 11, 2007, at 8H30AM, U.S. DOT 082866, ABF Freight System, Inc.- Trailer 88938, Semi-Truck. On Wednesday, August 8, 2007, the Carpenters’ son and John Carpenter arranged to have the broken Maple Tree branch through their back gate and Robyn/Jennifer’s driveway, carried out to leave the large Maple wooden branch on the side lawn, on Washington Blvd., leaving the same to obstruct pedestrians walking path, on the sidewalk.
Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family
When the Hung Family purchased a Lombard home at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard, in the Village of Lombard, the backyard only had one (1) young green maple tree in the middle of the yard for shade and comfort, and two (2) giant red maple trees in the front yard. Consequently, the southwest corner on Westmore-Meyers Road gets a lot of the full sun, all year round, while the heat rises from the grass lawn up.
The previous homeowner and seller Debra Y. Sekrecki did not cultivate the garden borders around the Lombard brick bungalow and the soil was dry, sandy, and full of ”earwicks” which are insects that destroy plants, perennials, and roots. There was an obvious need for additional landscaping and garden work required to bring the Lombard historic bungalow to green life. Moreover, the hot sun was shining down on the sidewalk pavement, scorching the surroundings all summer long.
So the Hung Family decided to balance their Lombard home and surroundings by adding Stark Bro’s Golden and Red Delicious Apple trees to the west side of the backyard with supplemental vegetables, that is to say green beans, cucumbers, squash, turnips, lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, corn, potatoes, and Stark Bro’s Everbearing Strawberries, Raspberries, and Currants along the plant borders and garden patch. Plus the family gardener added the flowering promise of a Wisteria by the garage and front driveway with a trellis to train the climbing Wisteria vine along the arbor by the fence.
In the Hung Family garden there were fresh roses along the southwest fence: Peace roses, red Lincoln roses, and Royal Pink Roses named after Queen Elizabeth II. The front entrance garden also had red roses, a bouquet of daffodils and jonquils for the early Spring blooms with grape hyacinths, Miss Kim fragrant lilac bushes around the existing red bush with a border of deluxed Dutch tulips in white, rose, yellow, and other vivid colors, along the perennial borders lined by fragrant lilies of the valley, Asian day lilies, Star Gazer Asian lilies, purple cone flowers, classic Chinese peonies, menton tulips from Holland, Michigan, fresh strawberries with blooming blossoms and red luscious berries mixed with rhubarb for preserved jam.
The new perennial blooming garden added bright colors and fragrant lilacs to the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family at the corner of Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois. The two yellow forsythia bushes at each corner of the front yard flourished early in Spring time with care, nurturing, and frequent pruning from the family gardener.
In addition, there was a fragant orange blossom tree by the porch door and the large flowering lilac greeting you at the entrance gate to the backyard.
The Hung Family added green life, Stark Bro’s Golden and Red Delicious Apple Trees, various perennials, surrounding the front, side, and backyard to temper the scorching heat and cool off the Lombard historic brick bungalow in the summertime. The Lombard historic bungalow became cooler and breezy in the summer surrounded by the green life in the garden. Climate change was achieved with the help of the trees, plants, and singing cardinals, blue jays, sparrows, breeding rabbits, and other intruding wildlife which included racoons and squirrels.
Green life full of Stark Bro’s Apple Orchards and the Red and Green Maple Trees around the Lombard Brick Bungalow contributed to the climate change in tempering the heat from the sun rays and appeasing the forces of nature. In addition, the surrounding forest preserves in DuPage County do balance the environment and facilitate climate change from too hot to cool and breezy summer days in the area.
The family of Mr. Roberto Hung, Lombard resident homeowner, taxpayer, and U.S. citizen, is petitioning full cash compensation for the public use and demolition of private real estate property and family assets, by the Village of Lombard, the Police Department, and the Fire Department in the County of DuPage, authorized by Village Manager David Hulseberg and the Village of Lombard.
502 S. WESTMORE-MEYERS RD. & WASHINGTON BLVD. IN THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD DUPAGE CO