Taking a Licking 

City considers possible demolition of homes to reduce Lick Creek flooding.

Occasional flash floodwaters from the Lick Creek drainage basin aren't the only thing rising in Midtown's Evergreen Historic District. Tempers are also rising in response to a city plan to demolish some Evergreen homes through voluntary buyouts. On September 29th, city engineers…

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