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Jefferson City inspectors: Tornado-damaged office building ‘dangerous’

1716 Four Seasons Drive


Jefferson City Planning and Protective Services staff inspected the building at 1716 Four Seasons Dr. Thursday and declared it both "dangerous" and a nuisance property.

"The structure has severe damage to roof, walls, framing and interior," said the city's notice to the property owner. "The property is unsecured and has been the site of illegal activities."

The building sustained substantial damage from the May 22 EF3 tornado.

The property's owner, Illinois-based real estate businessman Darin Revermann, told ABC 17 News Friday that he had not yet checked his P.O. box where the city's notice was sent.

Revermann said he has been in the process of filing supplementary insurance claims since the tornado struck the building and that he is waiting for that process to be completed.

"If they gave me the okay today, I'd have somebody there Monday morning tearing that thing down and have it gone," Revermann said. "I owned that building for 17 years now, and it makes me sick to see that thing sitting there like that."

Revermann agreed with the city's assessment that the property is dangerous. "It's a mess," Revermann said. "It looks the same as the day the tornado hit."

The city's notice to the property owner outlines the required actions he must take by Dec. 3.

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