City Council sets sights on blighted properties

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The Greenville City Council will take up the issue of dilapidated properties at its meeting tonight. That story from The Council will consider a resolution to declare that eight privately held properties are health and safety hazards. Eleven privately owned lots will also be examined to see if they qualify as a menace to public safety. The city recently won a long-standing legal battle with a private owner regarding dilapidated properties in the downtown area and tore the structures down. It’s part of an overall effort to rid Greenville of eyesores and create a better impression on visitors to the city.


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