TOP: The garage and a pool house were the only buildings left standing after a 2008 fire at 2732 Woodland Ave. The owners of the upscale residence, Joel and Kristine Zamzow, have since donated the 8½-acre property to nearby Hartley Nature Center. Escrow funds from an insurance settlement will be used to complete demolition on the site, if the Duluth City Council approves. Duluth has stepped up efforts to remove blighted and neglected properties throughout the city this year.
BOTTOM RIGHT: This boarded-up residence at 4109 Grand Avenue is among 10 the city has tagged for demolition, if the Duluth City Council
BOTTOM LEFT: This house at 1114 E. 10th St. in Duluth has been condemned for habitation since a fire damaged it in January 2012. It was slated for demolition after the owner failed to make repairs.
(Photos by Steve Kucheraemail@example.com)
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