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June 30, 2014

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Some connected individual in Peoria wants that lot for a business.

To be fair, that house has been an eyesore every time I have driven by for years.

Have not seen any coverage of this on the news at all. I do see the lawsuit that was filed a few months ago against the city but nothing else.

Why did she not call the media for coverage over this?

A news release was issued. A TV station and WCBU-FM did some brief coverage but nothing in depth. And Pendell was arrested so unavailable to comment.

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