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COVID – 19 Impact Analysis for Global Demolition & Wrecking Market Report on Pricing Trends and Strategies, Supplier Market Insights, Forecast For 2024 by Spendedge

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Demolition and wrecking market will register an incremental spend of about $ 10 billion, growing at a CAGR of 3.52% during the five-year forecast period. High demand for automatic Demolition & Wrecking owing to the development and growing usage of low-cost automatic vehicles will impact the transmission fluid market. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Request free sample pages

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City eyeing demolition of vacant, mouse-infested Central Ave. business

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Squalid conditions inside a now vacant, former Albuquerque restaurant are causing problems for a neighboring non-profit. In response, the city is now considering tearing down the problem property along Central Avenue.

Just west of Wyoming Boulevard, the property at 8411 Central Avenue NE has been on the Albuquerque Code Enforcement division’s radar since 2014. While the location remains boarded up, the neighboring non-profit Street Safe New Mexico says it continues to deal with issues coming from the next-door property it shares a wall with.

The non-profit’s Executive Director, Christine Barber recorded video of a recent indoor tour of the property. Barber’s video shows the vacant business has large piles of trash inside. Barber describes the overwhelming smells of feces and rotting trash.

“That smell,” Barber said. “Holy crap, no wonder everyone thinks someone’s dead in here.”

Barber’s next-door non-profit has been dealing with the mouse problem

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