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NO DEAL: City’s offer on property turned down

July 12, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Columbia City’s efforts to expand its property downtown were recently squelched.

In June, the city made an offer for purchase at 210 W. Market St., across the alley from city hall. The city’s offer was not accepted by the property owner, Mayor Ryan Daniel informed the Board of Works and Public Safety Tuesday.

That decision eliminated the need for the Common Council to pass a resolution approving the purchase.

Plans for the property had not been determined yet, but in June officials believed it would likely be additional parking or storage if the city’s bid was successful.

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