Could a new life be coming for a house that has become an example of deteriorating homes in Lorain? Its owner hopes so, but members of the Lorain Demolition Board of Appeals say they need to see a plan to make it happen. On Nov. 16, the Demo Board heard from developer Farah W. Issa, who asked the board to consider removing the demolition order approved in October. Issa and the city officials spent at least 20 minutes talking about the home.
The Ohio Division of Liquor Control has set a hearing date for a Lorain bar that has become a trouble spot, according to city officials. The state liquor control staff will visit Lorain County for the hearing for Velez Corp. doing business as Luna Del Mar, on the first floor and patio of 2156 E. 28th St., according to the notice filed at Lorain City Hall. The hearing will start at 2:30 p.m., Dec. 18, at the Lorain County Department of Job and Family Services, 42485 North Ridge Road in Elyria.
Another dozen houses were condemned as public health nuisances that should be torn down. The Lorain Demolition Board of Appeals on Nov. 16 ruled 12 houses were in such bad shape they are no longer restorable. On the list, 10 of the houses were in Ward 2, where Councilman Dennis Flores said the task now is to find a way to pay for the knock-downs. The city ruling does not guarantee a home will be demolished within a certain period of time.
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Selecting a term
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