Bringing down the house


January 12, 2023

Sarah Pridgeon

The council is keen to see the higbee's demolition complete, but wants to ensure public safety in the meantime.

As the deadline approaches for the owners of higbee's Café to tear down the old building and get started on something new, the Sundance City Council has opted to send a letter reminding them of their responsibilities.

"The contract is up this month," said Brad Marchant, Mayor Pro-tem, at last week's meeting of the council.

The agreement in question was signed on July 19, 2021 after the council heard a request from the new owners, Darlene and Jason Coder. Due to complications met during the process of refurbishing, they informed the council that they had made the difficult decision to demo...

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