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Arnold puts 6 properties up for immediate sale

| Wednesday, March 27, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Arnold officials are hoping to get some former residential properties back onto the tax rolls.

The Arnold Redevelopment Authority on Tuesday night made six properties available for sale to interested developers. The properties are being conveyed to the authority from the city.

The three properties the redevelopment authority feels would be most attractive to private ownership are at 1736 Constitution Blvd., 1906 and 1906 12 Victoria Ave. and 310 17th St.

Members of the authority will inspect the structures and determine a sale price on April 23.

Other properties available immediately include:

• 308 Murray Ave. for $500;

• 313 Murray Ave. for $500;

• 1530-34 Third Ave., a triple lot for $1,000.

Authority Solicitor Steve Yakopec said the properties do not have to be bid on. They would be free of liens and back taxes.

About eight other properties will be put on the market later.

The authority will approach individuals who have shown interest in some other vacant properties.

George Guido is a freelance writer for Trib Total Media.

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