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The city of New Albany’s decision to take legal action if necessary to get a commercial property cleaned up is an important move in the right direction.
The Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to get an injunction if necessary to get improvements made to the property where Grisham Wholesale is located on Carter Avenue.
City Building and Zoning Inspector Mike Armstrong told the board that the property, which is owned by Lisa Mallett and her two sons, has had ongoing complaints for years.
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