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Nuisance property demo projects approved
03/21/2019

(KLZA)-- Falls City Council members approved bids for the demolition of two nuisance houses when they met Monday evening.

Bids were awarded to Frederick Brothers of Falls City to demolish houses at 1203 Lane Street and 915 Wilson Street.  The total bids for the two houses was $14,200,  with Frederick Brothers submitting the low bid for each house. 

A third house, located at 2215 Lane Street was not approved for demolition.  Someone has offered to purchase the house from the owners and will have until the next Council meeting to  work out the details.  

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