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What is the status of the office building on Oleander that was heavily damaged by fire last year?

Julian March
StarNews

Q. What is the status of the office building on Oleander that was heavily damaged by fire last year? It is in the same condition that it was the day after the fire. Does the city have any clout over boarding up, repairing or demolishing the building? Are there no code enforcement actions that can be taken?

A. In September 2013, a fire damaged an office building at 6329 Oleander Drive.

The city’s code enforcement staff is currently working with the owners, who are in the process of working out insurance issues, according to Malissa Talbert, a city spokeswoman.

Over the next few weeks, code enforcement officials will notify all property owners of what needs to be done to bring the building into compliance with the city code, she said.

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