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This home owned by George Ellis at 123 Quarry St. has been approved by the Dilapidated Buildings Commission as one to be demolished.
This home owned by George Ellis at 123 Quarry St. has been approved by the Dilapidated Buildings Commission as one to be demolished. (Photo by Virgil Shipley) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
October 3, 2012 11:02 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — Two residential structures were announced as recently demolished, and two more were ordered to be demolished when the Mount Vernon Dilapidated Buildings Commission met Tuesday morning in City Council chambers.

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In attendance were Safety-Service Director Dave Glass, city engineer Cameron Keaton, fire chief Chris Menapace, health commissioner Julie Miller and city code enforcement officer Larry Fogle.

Having been purchased by the city of Mount Vernon, adjoining structures at 300 W. High St. and 3 S. Sandusky St. were recently demolished, as announced by Keaton. This was made possible through the Moving Ohio Forward program and included an asbestos abatement performed by the city.

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