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Posted: Saturday, June 21, 2014 6:30 am

As promised, Mayor Ron Blum has gotten back with members of the St. Clair Historical Society regarding the process and time line relating to a lien placed on the local museum property after the building burned, was razed and debris removed.

The historical society conducted a special meeting on Tuesday night at the Old Bus Stop Cafe, and Blum presented the facts he gathered after doing research and visiting with city employees. Last Tuesday, June 10, the mayor was invited to attend the group’s regular monthly meeting after it was discovered the city had placed a nearly $8,000 lien on the museum property at 280 Hibbard St.

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