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City Looking To Demolish Two Homes On County Road 42

Tuesday January 25th, 2022, 10:00am


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The City of Windsor is looking to demolish two homes they own near the airport.

The homes at 6424 and 6450 County Road 42 were expropriated by the city in 2016 for consolidation into the airport lands as part of the Economic Revitalization Community Improvement Plans.

The city says the properties are currently vacant and in poor condition. The home located at 6450 Country Road 42 has been used for destructive training by Windsor Fire & Rescue Services.

They also say that city crews have often had to attend to the properties to have them secured after break-ins or cleaned up due to illegal dumping in the rear yards.

The demolition of the buildings and infrastructure located at the properties is estimated to cost up to $250,000. This estimate includes retaining a consultant (for completing a
Designated Substance Survey, preparation of specs/tender package, contract administration services), a contractor (to demolish the buildings on the Properties and remove the septic tanks) and internal project management costs.

City council will be asked to approve the cost on January 31st, 2022.

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