City demands that owners of substandard Grand Forks buildings repair them
When Janelle Olson and her 83-year-old mother have visited Grand Forks in recent summers to check on family-owned property, they’ve found rotting groceries, empty alcohol bottles and homeless people living in the vacant buildings.
“It’s sad. My mother can’t stand to look at it like that,” said Olson, who lives in Mesa, Ariz.
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