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This building at the corner of Sixth and High streets was deemed unsafe by the Baldwin City Council in June. Now, a group of local investors want to fix the building.

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City council agrees conditionally to help investors save downtown building

After an hour-long discussion and a 20-minute executive session with its attorney, the Baldwin City Council unanimously voted Monday not to demolish the building at 600 High Street. The building was declared an unsafe structure in June. But at its Nov. 1 meeting, the council tabled a motion to spend $53,000 to demolish the two-story brick building.

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City council discusses unsafe structure, speed limits near elementary schools

The Baldwin City Council on Monday tabled a decision on the property at 600 High Street, which was declared an unsafe structure at a June meeting. There was a motion for the city to pay $53,000 to demolish the two-story brick building.


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