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Auburn City Council approves to release nuisance declaration

(KLZA)--The Auburn City Council approved a request from Ruth Heywood during their Monday evening meeting to release the nuisance declaration against properties she owns at 1010 ½ and 1005 Central Avenue.

Heywood has the buildings occupied and is working to clean them up and do maintenance on the buildings. 

In other business the Council voted to declare a property at 1202 “O” Street a nuisance and have the City Attorney begin the process to have the nuisance abated.

Also approved during the meeting was the placement of STOP signs on 18th Street at the intersection with “N” Street.  A resolution was also passed to post “No Parking” signs on the west side of “O” Street between the intersections with 21st and 22nd Streets.

Five owner occupied housing grants were approved on the recommendation of the Housing Committee. 

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