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Main Street building will come down

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By Kate Darnell

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.

But despite what Lair said he considered to be a quick judgment, he added that the demolition work will not be easy.

The building is not free-standing and is connected to the building currently housing the Department for Juvenile Justice.


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