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south Toledo building was supposed to be repaired after bricks crumbled from
its side weeks ago. It hasn't been fixed, and now there may be a new problem.
building at Arlington and Woodsdale is falling apart. The owner, Dennis
Noneman, has said it would be fixed, but nothing has happened.
not good to have a building in shape like this," said Chuck Childers, who
manages 419 Deals on the first floor of the building. "We want to see the
building repaired up to code so that it can function and even get more
businesses in here."
and his son Micah have run their pawn shop in the building for four years. They
say the building is not going to be fixed, but demolished.
has come from multiple sources who are in control," Micah said. "The building
is in receivership, and I don't know if it's the bank or the receiver, but a
lot of people around here have been talking and it's going to be more
cost-effective to tear the building down."
if the building is torn down, 419 Deals will have to move.
rather not see it taken down," Chuck said. "We would rather see it preserved.
We're going to have to move, you know, and we're not happy about that. We love
being here in the south end."
has not returned a call from Toledo News Now. Officials at the Lucas County
Land Bank say at this time they are trying to get the title to the property
and, at this point, it will not be demolished.