Downtown Bellevue getting facelift
Mar 3, 2013 at 10:01 AM
By Hannah Mingus
Freelance writer with the Sandusky Register
Three buildings at the southeast corner of Sandusky and Main streets, adjacent to the Bellevue Public Library, are being demolished this month.
“The buildings have been vacant for several years,” library director Molly Carver said.
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Some of the buildings were apartments at one time, but they’ve mainly been commercial properties. The library purchased the three buildings in 2008 for future expansion, but with cuts made to the library and a poor economy, the plans were placed on hold.
“Funding was cut shortly after we purchased them, so we let them sit,” Carver said.