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Does Mayor Bill Saffo own any property in downtown Wilmington?

Gareth McGrath

Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo said he doesn’t own any property in the city’s downtown core, either personally or through a partnership or other business association.

He added that his family recently sold the building at 249 N. Front St. that used to house the old Saffo family restaurant and more recently the New Liverpool Deli.

The building will soon be occupied by the Old Books on Front Street bookstore, which is moving a few blocks up Front Street from its former home at 22 N. Front St.

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