An eyesore along Penticton, B.C.’s waterfront will soon be cleaned up.
On Thursday, the City of Penticton announced that a contract has been awarded to clean up the remains of a heritage home destroyed by fire in March.
The 110-year-old house at 434 Lakeshore Dr. was tabbed as a nuisance property by the city after the home’s owners were given months to remove the charred debris.
Known as the Warren House, the home — which collapsed within minutes after going up in flames — had been operating as a bed and breakfast.
In July, city council ordered the owners to clean up the property.