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Mound City officials discuss "dangerous building"
07/09/2020

(KLZA)-- Mound City Aldermen spent a portion of their Tuesday morning meeting time discussing a building at 601 State Street that has been deemed a “Dangerous Building.”

An engineers report was reviewed which noted the south wall of the building is not in good shape.  City Attorney Brian Tubbs outlined the process of getting the building repaired or razing the building.  

Aldermen approved a request to place a light pole at 205 Nebraska Street and heard an update from the Water Department concerning a drainage issue.

Aldermen also approved a 20 year franchise agreement with Evergy and a utility franchise to Liberty Utilities.  

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