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February and March Fast Track Lists

As I mentioned in October:

    Chicago’s Fast Track Abatement Program is a final step for buildings deemed by the city to be “vacant” and “open” and “constitute a hazard to the community.” Owners of buildings on the list must take corrective action upon receiving notice of the condition of the building. If they do not, the city reserves the ability to take the action for them, including demolishing the building and charging the owner for the demolition.

The following notices were published in the Chicago Sun-Times in February and March 2010.

February 2010 Fast Track Abatement Program List


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March 2010 Fast Track Abatement Program List


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October Fast Track Abatement Program Map

Chicago’s Fast Track Abatement Program is a final step for buildings deemed by the city to be “vacant” and “open” and “constitute a hazard to the community.” Owners of buildings on the list must take corrective action upon receiving notice of the condition of the building. If they do not, the city reserves the ability to take the action for them, including demolishing the building and charging the owner for the demolition.

This is the Fast Track Abatement Program legal notice list that was published in the Chicago Sun Times on October 10, 2009.


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