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Seems it would be in the city's best interest to keep them and the revenue they generate. If the church does not want to pay taxes on them, they can sell them and the renovations will mean business and commerce in the city, and the new residents will pay the taxes in perpetuity and shop and spend money downtown for decades to come... Or, tear them down and put in parking that generates very little income now, and none in the future. How hard is that decision for the city?
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