City To Tear Down Another Blighted Property
Published: April 25th, 2008
By: Jessica Lewis

City to tear down another blighted property

NORWICH – A special meeting of the City of Norwich Common Council was held at 7 Thursday morning, and among items on the agenda, was the acquisition of another blighted city property.

In recent months, the city has been working to rid Norwich of some of the eye sores that have plagued the city for years, and on Thursday, they added one more property to the list. The home, located at 49 Front Street, has been condemned for a number of years.

On Thursday, the council authorized the city to purchase the property in exchange for the remission of property taxes owed on the property, in the amount of $1,748.53.

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