April 13, 1972
The City Council took steps to rid the community of two nuisance and dangerous areas.
They passed a resolution to advertise bids for clean-up of the sites. The first includes a concrete building apparently used once for drying lumber, and a burned-out frame building on 18th Avenue, both owned by Robert F. Hofhein, who will be charged for the cleanup.
The second is debris and old machinery at the defunct Tom and Jerry’s Repair Shop, owned by Thomas and Geraldine Lewis. Both parties were legally advised to take care of the situation.
Hofhein will receive another notice to ab...