ST. CROIX FALLS, WI — The City of St. Croix Falls has reached a settlement on three vacant buildings in its historic downtown, according to a press release from the city.
The City of St. Croix Falls is pleased to announce that they have reached a settlement agreement with the property owner, Richard Anderson.
As part of the settlement, the city has executed a purchase agreement to acquire 101, 107, and 136 North Washington Street, and a vacant parcel owned by Mr. Anderson.
The city anticipates using various revitalization programs for each of the properties. The city has plans to sell all the properties and potential buyers are welcome to contact the city.
Mayor Anderson stated, “the city is pleased to arrive at a settlement, bringing this matter to a resolution. The community will now be able to move forward, and the reuse of these properties will add to the revitalization efforts underway downtown. It will also be nice to utilize the time and resources used for enforcement and legal costs for more productive purposes.”
- Joel West, City Administrator City of St. Croix Falls
- Kirk Anderson, Mayor City of St. Croix Falls