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On paper, it looks like a steal: Roanoke City properties assessed at more than$700,000 sold for no more than$60,000 for use as an urban farm.  But city officials say the numbers don’t paint a true picture because the industrial tracts are too small, too hilly and too wet to serve as business sites. WFIR’s Evan Jones has the story.

Click here for the city’s report on parcel #1

Click here for the city’s report on parcel #2