He said there are three vacant lots at that location. Kramer said there has been other interest in the property but nothing ever panned out. “The city owns all three,” he said.
She spoke to city commissioners during a meeting last week. “This is something I think would be perfect,” she said.
The city purchased the property at 301 Delaware St. in August 2018 for $52,500. At the time, there was a building on the corner property that had a collapsed roof. After purchasing the property, the city had the building demolished. Simpson operates Life Family Chiropractic in downtown Leavenworth. But she is looking to expand the practice in a building she owns.
Twitter: @LVTNewsJohnR He said there has been no discussion about the size of the potential development for the chiropractic clinic and it is not known whether all three of the lots will be needed.
Kramer said there is a small lot adjacent to the former park and a larger lot located on the corner. He said one of the lots is the site of the former Gazebo Park. A gazebo that once stood at that location was demolished in 2019.
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