City condemns Lafayette Street property; takes demolition bids

By MARK ROGERS,

Problems at 433 Lafayette St. have included drug use, a rat infestation and people using the restroom in 5-gallon buckets because utilities have been turned off for years, according to neighbors and police.

The Columbia Board of Aldermen ordered demolition of the longtime eyesore Tuesday after a public hearing.

 
 
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