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Hearings set for 19 Hiawatha derelict properties

(KNZA)--The Hiawatha City Commission Tuesday evening approved a resolution setting a public hearing regarding the condemnation of seven structures deemed by the city's code enforcement officer as unsafe.

At the October 19 hearing, the owner, owner's agent, occupant or lienholder of record may appear to show cause why the structures should not be condemned and ordered repaired or demolished.

The structures are located 300 South 10th Street, 315 Oregon, 505 Miami, 802 Delaware, 813 Miami, 903 Shawnee and 302 South 8th Street.

A second hearing will be held on twelve other properties that fall under the minimum housing code, which entails a different method to allow for the repair, removal of demolition of the structures.

In other business, the Commission approved a demolition application with Robert and Cherie Herlinger for property located 700 North 7th Street. The city will demolish the structure, with the Herlinger's responsible for all landfill fees.

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