Danny Crosland, right, a contractor, and Paul Stanfield, from Home Depot, measure windows on a 1924 house in Cleveland's historic district Tuesday. A year and a half after a fire gutted the house, the city is seeking a court order to tear it down, citing health and safety concerns. The owner, Joe V. Williams, had until Tuesday to respond to the city lawsuit.
Danny Crosland, right, a contractor, and Paul Stanfield, from Home Depot, measure windows on a 1924 house in Cleveland's historic district Tuesday. A year and a half after a fire gutted the house, the city is seeking a court order to tear it down, citing health and safety concerns. The owner, Joe V. Williams, had until Tuesday to respond to the city lawsuit.
Photo by Randall Higgins .
published Sunday, March 4th, 2012
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City officials are asking for court permission to demolish an old house inside its Historic Preservation District. The 1920s-era house is one of two on a lot at 14th Street and Harle Avenue and is owned by Joe V. Williams.

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