Farrar said there have been 29 complaints against the property, including tall grass, rubbish on the property, and the need to secure the building.
Its owner, Kenneth Charles Johnson, died Oct. 26, 2014, according to the city.
“The city to date has about $500 in costs in contractor bills, and about $2,000 in costs for employees to investigate the complaints,” Farrar said.
Utilities have been off at the property since August of 2014. Officials attempted to notify heirs through newspaper publication, and a title search uncovered no other interested parties.
An asbestos survey will be conducted before the property will be bid out for razing.
The demolition should happen in the next six to eight weeks because of procedures that must be followed, Dudley said.
The panel, which convenes the second Thursday of each month at 1:30 p.m., next will gather July 14.