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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 06/20/12
Two buildings to
by KELLI KREGERIn following with the Ray Township Dangerous Building Ordinance, number 74, the township is working on cleaning up and securing the township of six abandoned and unsafe structures.
Observer Special Writer
At the Ray Township Board of Trustees meeting on June 5, Supervisor Charlie Bohm informed the board that permits for demolition have been pulled for two of the six buildings.
One of the homes is located on 32 Mile Road west of Hicks and the second is on the northeast corner of 26 Mile Road and North Avenue
Bohm explained that the buildings are to be demolished within 30 days of the permits being pulled.
As for the remaining structures, the township is working with owners of three of the buildings and trying to get them to respond to the next steps and they are in the process of locating and determining who is responsible for one of the pieces of property.