The decision comes after news that the City’s Building Committee will recommend to the Cadiz City Council at their next meeting on Tuesday, March 4, that they have the log cabin listed as surplus and sold. The store, which sells various items by local artists, will move out by next month.
“They just want to be rid of it,” said Cadiz Comfort Zone Co-manager Teresa Naylor, who argued that Cadiz City Attorney Allen Wilson considers the building “a big white elephant” for the city because of the cost of upkeep.
The Cadiz Comfort Zone has rented the building from the City of Cadiz for about two years, and that lease was up for renewal. Naylor offered to make improvements to the building in lieu of lease payments, but the City never moved on the offer.
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