Willow Springs City Council Holds Hearing For Property Problem at 901 Corn Avenue

The Willow Springs started their meeting Thursday evening with a hearing to decide how the city will continue to deal with the failure of the property owner of 901 Corn Avenue, Brian Williams, who was given 30 days to repair and clean up the property to meet city code and ordinances. Mayor Kim Wehmer, Administrator Beverly Hicks and Police Chief Dan Dunn addressed the issue with Williams…

Chief Dunn told council that his department found a Methamphetamine lab in the back yard of the property and the City Attorney, Steven Privette says that the fence along the back of the property is against city code. City Council told Williams that he had until May 2nd to complete the work of cleaning the property to meet the requirements of city ordinance, and that if he failed to comply, they would have city crews use end-loaders to do the work and charge the work to the property tax on the property.

 

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