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Town of Union Reaches Decision on Vacant Building

Town of Union board members reached a unanimous decision tonight in regards to the vacant building at 1 North Page Avenue in Endicott.
 
According to residents, the building has been vacant for over 30 years and now poses a safety threat.

Currently owned by Alpine LLC, the building's roof is collapsing and there are holes in the floors along with other problems. With no fence to prevent access to the building, the town is concerned for the safety of its residents.

"It has been a stress to the Town of Union. And the reason being is because we're afraid someone is going to get hurt," said Rose Sotak, Town of Union Supervisor.

The resolution reached tonight will present Alpine LLC with a choice to demolish, or repair and maintain the building. A decision must be reached within the next thirty days and executed by the end of June.

The resolution also states that Alpine LLC must put up a fence and board doors and windows on the first floor of the building.

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