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      ADICA looks to sell property and rent out another

      The Albany Dougherty Inner City Authority will begin accepting sealed bids for the Albany Skate Park property and also figured out a pricing plan for the newly created Art Park on Pine Avenue during their meeting on Wednesday

      / Colby Gallagher


      The Albany Dougherty Inner City Authority will begin accepting sealed bids for the Albany Skate Park property and say the move will get the land back on the tax roll.

      ADICA made the move during their meeting on Wednesday where they also figured out a pricing plan to rent out the newly created art park on Pine Avenue.

      "We tried to set a fee that isn't going to put us in competition with other venues in downtown, that's our goal. We don't want to hurt any other businesses," said ADICA president Aaron Blair.

      Renters owe $250 to use the space during the day, but that number doubles to $500 if they want to use it at night and all rentals will also require a $500 deposit for any potential damages.

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