Dilapidated homes continue to be torn down in Brownfield - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Dilapidated homes continue to be torn down in Brownfield

The City of Brownfield continues their work to tear down dozens of dilapidated homes. 

The city made plans to clean up their community, so they could increase property values there. Their plan, was to tear down thirty homes. So far, the city has made some headway and torn down eleven homes.

Once the weather clears up, the city plans to tear down the remaining 19 homes. Brownfield city officials say they also hope to reduce the crime in Brownfield by making vacant homes unavailable to vandals and drug dealers.

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