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Before & after

  • Goodbye, eyesore: Contractors’ employees this week are finishing the cleanup of a Frankford property they demolished last week. The house at 4712 Worth St. had been listed as “imminently dangerous” by the Department of Licenses and Inspections since after it was damaged in a fire in July 2013. Neighbors had complained the building should be torn down, and a city contractor began that work — by hand — on July 21. The property’s owner, a Florida man, will be billed $34,000. MARIA POUCHNIKOVA / TIMES PHOTOS

  • Goodbye, eyesore: Contractors’ employees this week are finishing the cleanup of a Frankford property they demolished last week. The house at 4712 Worth St. had been listed as “imminently dangerous” by the Department of Licenses and Inspections since after it was damaged in a fire in July 2013. Neighbors had complained the building should be torn down, and a city contractor began that work — by hand — on July 21. The property’s owner, a Florida man, will be billed $34,000. MARIA POUCHNIKOVA / TIMES PHOTOS

Con­tract­ors’ em­ploy­ees this week are fin­ish­ing the cleanup of a Frank­ford prop­erty they de­mol­ished last week. The house at 4712 Worth St. had been lis­ted as “im­min­ently dan­ger­ous” by the De­part­ment of Li­censes and In­spec­tions since after it was dam­aged in a fire in Ju­ly 2013. Neigh­bors had com­plained the build­ing should be torn down, and a city con­tract­or began that work — by hand — on Ju­ly 21. The prop­erty’s own­er, a Flor­ida man, will be billed $34,000. 

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