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County board debates Wishbones property

 

Richard Jenkins/Daily Globe

THE FORMER site of the Wishbones restaurant, on Silver Street in Hurley, remains vacant since a fire destroyed the building in 2013. The lack of progress removing or repairing what some feel is an eyesore was discussed at Tuesday's Iron County Board of Supervisors meeting, with some supervisors seeking county intervention to solve the problem.

By RICHARD JENKINS

rjenkins@yourdailyglobe.com

HURLEY - Some members of the Iron County Board of Supervisors are sick of the lack of development at the former Wishbones restaurant property in downtown Hurley, with supervisors suggesting county intervention at Tuesday's board meeting.

"According to the deed, they were supposed to have something going by the (Sept. 1) of this year, and it's not even close. It's a big mess, and it's a hazard down there," Paul Mullard, of Hurley, said when explaining why he put the item on the agenda. "The boards they have to board it up are just leaning agains...



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