A downtown eyesore is coming down.
At last Tuesday evening’s city commission meeting, city attorney John Lair said a judgment has been reached regarding the building at 213/215 S. Main St.
Lair said the city can now begin the process of demolishing the building.
The building, owned by William Ray Asbury, suffered fire damage after an Aug. 9, 2002, fire.
“We’re on the trail, finally,” Mayor Jack Keith said.
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