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County Council may soon decide what to do with several seemingly worthless pieces of land.
Three parcels of land on the northern end of Pardue Street and at the back road of the Pardue Apartments have sat unused for years. The land sits in a floodway. During heavy rains, the nearby creek floods the area, making it useless for prospective buyers.
The land has been under control of the Forfeited Land Commission for the last three years, as that organization has tried to sell the parcels. Instead the land has remained in their ownership and accrued $5,215 in taxes.
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