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— Vecchio said whoever took the building down did a nice job, but was sorry to see the foundation still there as there are a few spots with steel rebar sticking out that could cause injury should anyone climb on the cement.

“It could have been done better,” he said.

Stevens said the town would contact Fesko to see if something more could be done to remedy the situation.

—The board will hold a work session at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at Town Hall. Stevens said he has asked the town attorney to attend in order to explain how and when a town can have a building torn down.

—The town assessor and state officials have been asked to attend the board’s Aug. 9 meeting to discuss assessments as the town needs to do a reevaluation. Stevens said Spafford is currently at 115 percent and needs to get back down to 100 percent.

Miranda L. Pennock is an Eagle Newspapers contributor. She can be reached through the editor at editor@skaneatelespress.com.

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