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KARE moves to abolish blighted Chase Street property

June 24, 2014

Erin Vassallo

The Kane Area Revitalization Enterprise’s bid to purchase the property at 316 Chase St. from the McKean County Repository cleared a final hurdle on Tuesday.
The McKean County Commissioners approved a bid of $250 for the property. The bid had previously been approved by two taxing bodies, the Borough of Kane during a June 9, 2014 meeting and the Kane Area School District at the board meeting on June 12.

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