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Seven more Jefferson City buildings labeled ‘dangerous’

519 E. Capitol Ave.
ABC 17 News
Photo of 519 E. Capitol Ave. on Dec. 19, 2019.


The Jefferson City Department of Planning and Protective Services added six buildings to its list of those considered 'dangerous' in November.

The buildings include those on 202 Marshall St. / 528 E. Capitol Ave, 112 E. Ashley St., 422 E. High St., 519 E. Capitol Ave., 108 Jackson St. and 1324 E. Miller St.

A seventh building, 510 Holiday Drive, was added to the list Thursday. It represents the only property included that sustained its damage from the EF3 tornado on May 22.

Three of those buildings are owned by Barbara Buescher, who also owns more than a dozen, abandoned downtown properties.

The full list of the buildings the city considers dangerous can be viewed by following this link.

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Joe McLean

Joe reports stories all across mid-Missouri, including our WasteBusters series of reports, and co-anchors ABC 17 News at 9 a.m. with Zara Barker.



  1. Why does Barbara Buescher get away with allowing all of these properties to be a health and safety issue? Why is she so special. If I owned a derelict property, the City would be all over me. The two people trying to save their building downtown have caught more flak from the city than Barbara Buescher has, and she has many unsafe properties.

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