Operation Crackdown to Demolish Homes in Harlingen
HARLINGEN – The city of Harlingen will be the host to a National Guard Counterdrug Task Force home demolition program.
It's part of an operation crackdown effort by the Texas National Guard. The program uses money from drug seizures to eliminate homes which were havens to drug activity, according to a Harlingen City Commission agenda.
“It’s a way for the military to give back,” said Harlingen Planning and Development Director Rodrigo Davila. “We work closely with the police department to identify structures which would be havens for drug activity or graffiti.”
The city agenda gives the following list of homes scheduled to be demolished under the program so you and your neighbors can be aware:
Aug. 17: 1918 Buena Vista, 1911 Marchita
Aug. 18: 2105 New Combes, 621 Mendez Street, 906 N. D Street
Aug. 21: 25418 Beckham Road, 419 W. Monroe Ave
Aug. 22: 601 E. Monroe, 605 E. Monroe, 1118 E. Monroe
Aug. 23: 1309 W. Buchanan, 601 South M Street
Aug. 24: 1014 Atlanta Street, 1019 Atlanta Street, 806 Fair Park
Aug. 15: 109 W. Pierce Avenue and 1018 E. Pierce Avenue
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