Another house comes down


The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.

The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.


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The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.


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The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.

The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.

The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/01/web1_miamihouse.jpgThe house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible. Courtesy photo

The house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/01/web1_Demolition-copy.jpgThe house at 323 S. Miami Ave. was demolished Monday afternoon. The property is owned by the Shelby County Land Reutilization Corp. and is one of many properties which have been demolished because they are unlivable. In the top photo, contractors begin the process of tearing down the house. The bottom photo shows what one of the rooms inside the house looked like. Douglas Ahlers, land bank director, said he has been questioned on why the old homes are being demolished instead of rehabbed. The photo of this house shows that rehabbing it wasn’t possible. Courtesy photo