As a merchant and now mayor, Rick Skinner has kept his eyes on downtown Williamstown for a long time.
One of the items on his “to do list” was to address the deteriorated, vacant buildings in the city limits and now he’s asking the city council to adopt some rules for how to get the job done.
Four ordinances were on the council’s April 1 agenda, but were tabled after discussion on whether the ordinances were too stringent. Council members agreed to discuss them again at a special council meeting on April 16.
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