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    Default Preservation Ordinance

    Any way it goes on to say that that owners could be assesed a $150 fine per day for " demolition be neglect" a calss b mistmeaner and that the city will have a privileged lien and may action said proprety in the name of the city.
    Boy that realy helps the resale value of the place.
    pitcures comming of the inside.
    Last edited by oxford resort; 09-05-2009 at 10:48 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Default pitures

    Have some more pictures better post them before I lose my internet access from nonpayment of bill
    Problibly should try to sell the place for a realistic price. $75,000.
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    Don't forget, the famous Doug Wright lives there, lol.
    Shouldn't one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check, because I have to pass one to earn it for them?

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    I recognize the places in the pictures. I was just in Eureka again a few weeks ago for Silver Days and went through all the historic buildings again. I miss living up there, but things have changed since we were there. A lot of the businesses that were open when we were there have closed down, including my favorite, The Fancy Painted Lady. What happened to Lyman Davis (the owner)? I know he was getting up there in years, I hope he didn't pass away. I know Billy Baum's still around, as well as Adrian Underwood. The place just isn't the same though.
    Rachel in Utah ghost_town_huntress@yahoo.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost_town_huntress View Post
    I recognize the places in the pictures. I was just in Eureka again a few weeks ago for Silver Days and went through all the historic buildings again. I miss living up there, but things have changed since we were there. A lot of the businesses that were open when we were there have closed down, including my favorite, The Fancy Painted Lady. What happened to Lyman Davis (the owner)? I know he was getting up there in years, I hope he didn't pass away. I know Billy Baum's still around, as well as Adrian Underwood. The place just isn't the same though.
    yes and yes but i heard that Adrian has cancer or somthing. billy is stressed about the mayors predatory attack it is personal between the mayor and billy. you should come here to do your movie it has been a while "Moving McCalaster".
    I have to use a friends DSL to talk

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    Actually, the Mayor didn't come up with the Preservation Ordinance. It has been a State law for a very long time. The Mayor is only trying to safely preserve Eureka. I would rather see and go into safe buildings than what is sitting in downtown Eureka right now. I know it will cost a lot of money to get them up to code, hopefully some day some one will have that kind of money. Sorry about your dream

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