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News - June 18, 2010

Historic home, all yours — if you move it

City's second oldest house in the way of senior project on Calderon

by Daniel DeBolt

Try as they might, a group of seniors who want to build communal housing at 445 Calderon Avenue say it is not economically feasible to design their 19-unit condo complex around the 1880s house in the middle of the large lot. Instead of demolishing it, they are hoping to find a new address for the Victorian farmhouse known as the Bakotich house.

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E-mail Daniel DeBolt at ddebolt@mv-voice.com


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