The newest in Cleveland “illuminated” story line is a little older than it seems.

On May 4, 2017, the city’s chief lighting inspector issued a notice that an old, abandoned building on West Main Street was being demolished.

The demolition was the first in decades of redevelopment of the area, which has become a hotspot for graffiti, vandalism, and other crimes.

The building, which was built in 1929, is in a strip mall.

It is not a particularly big building.

The street was filled in by new construction in recent years, and the area has been a popular tourist destination for years.

But this particular building is the oldest building in the area.

The property is currently owned by the Ohio State Historical Society, which manages the property.

The city of Cleveland and the city of Dayton have owned the property for more than a century.

The Ohio State History Society has owned the site since 1927.

The Society bought the property in 2003, when the city bought the adjoining property for $7,500.

The sale price was later revised upward to $8,750.

In 2007, the property was designated an historic landmark.

The site is now part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

On the front door of the building, there is a plaque that reads, “The site is in the control of the Ohio Historical Society.

The owner has a right to use, but not to disturb or damage, the historic property.”

The inscription has been removed.

It was not clear why the city took the property, but the Society did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

A spokeswoman for the Ohio City Council said the site has been listed as an historic structure for decades.

In recent years there has been some controversy over the preservation of the site.

The Cleveland Art Museum, which houses the Museum of Art, recently took down a mural painted on the facade of the original building, in response to protests from some of the people who have protested the mural’s removal.

The painting, which depicts an eagle in flight over a burning building, was painted by John Brown, an artist who was a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

The Museum of the City of Cleveland had also removed an artwork by the same artist, which also depicts a man burning a cross on the building’s facade.

The removal of the artwork prompted protests by the community.

After the removal of those murals, a group called “The City of Columbus Resistance” held a rally to support the mural, which they hoped would be removed.

On July 10, the Ohio Department of Environmental Protection issued a permit to demolish the building.

But the city did not issue the demolition permit, according to the Columbus Dispatch.

The State of Ohio has been using the old building as a public-private partnership for a variety of projects, including rehabilitating the site for the Cleveland Zoo, according the Dispatch.

At the time, the State of OH issued a demolition permit for the building in October 2018, but said it would not use the property as a primary source of illumination, according CNN.

A city official told the Columbus Scene that the building has been used as a location for many public meetings since the 1960s.

It has been the site of numerous public meetings, according, to the newspaper.

“We don’t have any plans to tear down this building,” the official said.

The official also said that the City has not received any complaints from anyone about the building lighting, but it is working with the Ohio Archaeological Survey on the renovation project.

The project is expected to be complete in 2020. 

The owner of the property said that he has been working to get the building renovated.

In a statement, the owner of West Main, a former commercial building that is still standing, said he has made improvements to the building over the years, but that he could not immediately comment on the demolition.

“I am sorry for the inconvenience to the community, as the building was recently listed for demolition,” said the owner, Steve Smith, in a statement to the Dispatch on Monday.

Smith told the newspaper that he had hoped to build a new structure on the site, but would be unable to afford the necessary materials.

Smith, who has lived in the neighborhood for over 40 years, said that since the building is not currently a commercial building, he is not interested in using the property to do so.

Smith has lived on the property his entire life, but he has not lived on it since 2004.

Smith said that while he was able to move out of his current home, he was unable to get permission to demolishing the building and start a new one.

Smith added that he would like to make renovations to the property that would allow him to make it his home.