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In other business, Code Enforcement Officer Mitch Dufour obtained permission to take action regarding four substandard structures, giving the owners 90 days to either remove the structures, demolish them or bring them up to code. In the case of a structure located at 1105 McDonald Ave., Dufour said the owner had indicated a desire to remodel, which pleased alderman Elmore Mayfield.

“I agree that this is a piece of property that can be rehabilitated,” Mayfield said. “It is one that can be saved.”

Dufour echoed similar sentiments regarding a structure located at 614 Eastland Ave.

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