Mayor Sly James and City Manager Troy Schulte unveiled a budget proposal that calls for spending $10 million over the next two years to knock down 870 of the city’s most dangerous buildings, including several in the 2300 block of Chestnut Avenue.
Mayor Sly James and City Manager Troy Schulte unveiled a budget proposal that calls for spending $10 million over the next two years to knock down 870 of the city’s most dangerous buildings, including several in the 2300 block of Chestnut Avenue. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star
Mayor Sly James and City Manager Troy Schulte unveiled a budget proposal that calls for spending $10 million over the next two years to knock down 870 of the city’s most dangerous buildings, including several in the 2300 block of Chestnut Avenue. Susan Pfannmuller Special to the Star

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