By: Joe O’Donnell
Source: Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills Patch
The three buildings at 227-231 Burlington Avenue in Clarendon Hills have become an “attractive nuisance” and could be coming down soon.
The Village of Clarendon Hills has gotten permission to demolish three vacant Burlington Avenue buildings near downtown Clarendon Hills, director of community development Dan Ungerleider said at Monday’s Village Board meeting.
A DuPage judge has ruled the village has the right to tear down the buildings at 227-231 Burlington, which have become an “attractive nuisance” for vandals, according to village manager Randy Recklaus, and overall unsafe places.
“That thing has to come down,” Recklaus said of the stretch of buildings.
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