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TULSA, OK -- The City of Tulsa is foreclosing on a downtown landmark.
The historic Tulsa Club at Fifth and Cincinnati has been vacant for more than a decade.
This week the city filed a foreclosure claim against the California man who owns it.
The owner owes the city $331,000 in penalties because of the building's code violations.
Now the city is asking for $22,000 in taxes it says the owner hasn't paid. If the owner loses, the building would eventually be auctioned off by the sheriff.