Information Morning - Saint John | Jan 30, 2013 | 6:50

Mecklenburg Fire Highlights City's Difficulties With Vacant Properties

The fire started in a building neighbors have been concerned about for years. Bob McVicar is a realtor in Saint John who specializes in heritage properties and owns some property on Mecklenburg.

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