City leaders are continuing to fight a growing number of blighted properties scattered across the Good Life City.
More than 500 homes have been demolished since 2007 when the city started addressing the issue.
Code enforcers are fighting to demolish almost 200 more homes right now.
Some city leaders want to allocate more money toward the problem.
Tonight at 6:00 Wright Gazaway investigates how committed Albany is to fighting the blight.
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