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Law enforcement officers conduct an investigation at the scene of a home east of Lawrence on North 1500 Road.

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Tristan Moody 4 years, 10 months ago

Not gonna lie, when I clicked enlarge photo, the resulting photo was in fact much smaller. Fail.

creaz 4 years, 10 months ago

THE CITY OF LAWRENCE WILL GET THIS PROPERTY ONE WAY OR THE OTHER TO BAD!!! THEY ALREADY HAVE THE BLUE PRINTS FOR HWY.,ON HOLD FROM WEST PART OF TOWN THREW WET LANDS OUT TO 15TH ST. REALLY A SAD THING HUH NOT TO SOME BUT TO THOSE OF US THAT DO CARE ABOUT THE HISTORY OF LAWRENCE KANSAS AND HOW COULD THEY BUILD THREW SUCH A HISTORICAL HOME WITH UNDERGROUND TUNNELS OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD "ISN'T IT AGAINST THE LAW"? {XXII CHAPTER LAW CODE} TO 22-105 DEFINITIONS, CONTINUED. (A) Development - A subdivision; the construction or reconstruction of streets and utilities, the construction, expansion or remodeling of structures; a change in the use of a structure or parcel, or the clearing of land.? NOT SURE BUT REAL SAD THAT RD IS PART OF HELL ANYWAY AND SAD THAT PART OF HISTORY WILL BE NO LONGER SINCE ARE TOWN IS ALL ABOUT THE HISTORICAL 22-102 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 22-101 TITLE.WELL THATS ARE WOUNDERFUL CROOKED CITY OF LAWRENCE FOR YOU ....

Jeremy DeBoard 4 years, 10 months ago

Yes, because treating the property as a junk yard and the house itself being used for a meth lab was doing it a world of justice.

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