Joplin, Mo. city board threatening forced demolition on post-tornado properties

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The city of Joplin, Mo., has issued more than $300 million in building permits, but much of the miles-long tornado-stricken disaster zone remains barren.

May 31, 2012

The city of Joplin, Mo., has issued more than $300 million in building permits, but much of the miles-long tornado-stricken disaster zone remains barren. Many owners have been slow to rebuild, and a city board is threatening dozens of damaged structures with forced demolition.

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