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Auburn Council Discusses Properties
07/14/2017

(KLZA)-- The Auburn City Council tabled action on a bid for the sale of a lot owned by the City, located at 722 10th Street when they met Monday. 

The Council is hoping to draw more interest in the lot once it is cleaned up. The Auburn Fire Department used the property for training, conducting a controlled burn. Currently there is a hole in the ground that needs to be cleaned up and leveled off.

Glen Houge had submitted a bid for the property of just over $200. 

No Council action on a request for re-zoning of a property at 1902 P. Street owned by Mitch Bishop.  The property is zoned residential. Bishop had planned to build shed for storage at the location.  The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended the re-zoning request be denied. 

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