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Wisconsin DOT buys adult video store for $1.4M

OSHKOSH, Wis. – The state Department of Transportation paid $1.4 million for an adult video store in Oshkosh, so that the building can be torn down to make way for a road reconstruction project.

The DOT purchase of Supreme Video in January followed years of unsuccessful negotiations to relocate the store, which is due for demolition next month.

Oshkosh Director of Planning Services Darryn Burich said relocation would have cost closer to the property’s assessed value of $348,000.

But city ordinances require such a business with video booths to be more than 500 feet from a residence, church, day care center or similar premises. No relocation spot could be found in the same U.S. 41 corridor in the city.

Kris Schuller of the DOT said the purchase clears the way to rebuild and widen the road to four lanes in 2010.

Records show Dan Boyle of Union Grove reopened Supreme Lingerie and Gifts at a retail area purchased in February by DLB Development for $600,000.

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