City commissioners tentatively agreed Thursday to sell 14 city-owned properties, keep three for public use and offer to sell others to adjacent property owners.
Commissioners reached a consensus on 24 city-owned properties during Thursday’s non-voting workshop meeting. A public hearing and vote will be held before any final decision is made on how to use the properties, which include lots and vacant homes.
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City-owned lots and homes that could be offered for sale:
- 711 N. L St, a lot.
- 416 Third Ave. S., a lot
- 313 N. M St. a lot
- 1203 18th Ave. N, adjacent lots
- 1506 S. J St., a lot
- 624 Highland Ave., a lot
- 1756 14th Ave. S., a lot
- 1101 S. E. St., a lot
- 626 Latona Ave., a lot
- 628 N. K St., a lot
- 629 S. H St., a lot
- 605 Fifth Ave. N., a house
- 902 N. C St., a house
- 304 S. F St., a lot