Who's Going to Pay for Building Demolition Next to Jim's Lunch?

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MILLVILLE, N.J. -

The plans to demolish a condemned building in downtown Millville remain on hold as the city works out who is going to foot the bill for the project.

On Monday, March 26th, city officials blocked off part of a downtown street due to public safety concerns at 109 East Main Street.

Mayor Michael Santiago says that they are working with the owner of the building regarding who is going to pay to take the building down.

In the meantime, the city says they are making sure the public is safe and have braced the building while the details of the demolition get worked out.

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