Journal photo by Stephen Sears
An excavator stands atop a mound of rubble after conquering a dilapidated two-story house at 330 Eagle St. Munsee Excavating tore down the vacant structure Thursday. The house was the last of three blighted houses to be razed in the past two weeks in an effort to help remove unsightly — and dangerous — vacant houses in the city. The city of Corry Redevelopment Authority awarded an $85,700 bid to Munsee Excavating to have the three houses torn down. The other houses that were leveled were at 316 Sixth St. and 671 E. South St.