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City Council Investigatory Committee announces schedule to look into building collapse

The Special Investigatory Committee City Council president Darrell Clarke established to examine the city's demolition procedures and operations after the deadly Center City building collapse released a hearing schedule today.

City Council Investigatory Committee announces schedule to look into building collapse

The Special Investigatory Committee City Council president Darrell Clarke established to examine the city's demolition procedures and operations after the deadly Center City building collapse released a hearing schedule today.

The first hearing will kick off Wednesday at 10 a.m. in Council's chambers, room 400 in City Hall. Licenses and Inspection Commissioner Carlton Williams is scheduled to testify.

Council will also hold hearings during its three-month summer break and the dates are as follows: June 27, July 11, Aug. 1 and Aug. 13. All hearings will begin at 10 a.m.

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