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Council moves forward on nuisance properties
06/12/2018

(KLZA)--Pawnee City Mayor Charlie Hatfield updated Pawnee City Council members during the May 29th meeting about Health Board recommendations concerning nuisance properties in the community.

The Board recommended sending abatement letters to the owners of properties at 1042 G Street, owned by Shae Christensen; 630 I Street, owned by Marjorie Cleary and 1332 F Street, owned by Rodney Robinson heirs, due to unsafe conditions of those properties.

The Council approved sending the abatement letters.

Council members also discussed mowing of nuisance properties. It is required to post notice in someone's yard for five days if you are unable to make contact with the property owner.

Discussion centered on a lot owned by Edna Willey and also on properties that people use for hay, versus properties that have buildings on them but have grass over 12-inches tall.

Mayor Hatfield suggested the Council target residential properties that have structures on them.

 

The Council also sought an updated on properties at 522 and 526 G Street. Ed Raper recently messaged Mayor Hatfield that work to clean up the properties was “in progress.”

 

The Branch Manager of United Bank and Trust reported seeing pack rats behind the bank building and she feels they were coming from those next door properties.

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