City grants 90-day stay on adjudicated buildings


The fate of two Main Street properties has been put on hold for three months.

On Monday, city lawmakers voted 4 to 1 to grant a 90-day delay on the demolition of two properties located at 101 and 103 Main Street that are now reportedly owned by the Sunflower County Ministerial Alliance.

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