Town Square

Protection proposed for old bordello

Original post made on Jun 28, 2008

Council member Greg Perry doesn't want there to be any excuse for the former brothel, dog track and speakeasy at 655 Eunice Ave. to be torn down, particularly as a result of a city ordinance.

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Posted by Mackenthun
a resident of another community
on Jun 28, 2008 at 12:12 am

Bonjour, I was fascinated by the article. Our family rented this house in the 1970s for a year and it was a wonderful year. I was small and went to the school next door OJ Cooper. We kept the two dogs (Brisca & Candy) from the Wunderman, while they were traveling. It was a magnifient house, full of fun and mystery with the mechanic piano bar in the basement, old saloons above, spelndi rooms... We used to hide in the walls with my brother.... good old days!!
This is my e-mail if ever you would like pictures of old times...

Marianne Griscelli (Mackenthun)