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The crash caused eastbound Interstate 94 to be shut down just east of Ind. 149 for more than two hours Monday afternoon, backing up traffic for miles.
There no longer is any legal question Indiana's Lake Michigan shoreline is, and always has been, owned by the state, and continues to be held in trust by the state for all Hoosiers to enjoy.
"The buildings up for demolition are beyond the point of repair, and we want to attract buyers who can repurpose and revitalize the space once it has been cleared," said Paige McNulty.
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