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Council tosses out ‘not a nuisance’ protest

CRESWELL – After the word hit in September that the Whistle Stop building on South Mill Street was to be abated, property owner Carlton Garton penned a letter of protest to City Recorder Roberta Tharp.
“I have performed clean up work and believe there is no nuisance,” he wrote, stating that he is protesting the abatement and would like to speak to the city council.
The building was declared uninhabitable after a fire destroyed the building in November 2017 and has been in a charred state since. City council last month voted to move forward on the City taking on the . . .

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