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I got an email that had a rendering in it and frankly it looks like crap. Keep Clifton Natural Foods, the Christy's building, and the houses on Lyon Street. That's too much historic fabric to lose for more EIFS. Hopefully the developer REALLY wants to build and ends up reworking their plans to just fill in the parking lot instead of tearing anything down.
There are a couple nice buildings on Mohawk St. with demo orders near the Metal Blast building. I'd really hate to see them come down. How do I learn where certain buildings are on the list of future demos?
On January 20, 2012, Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Robert Winkler ruled that the demolition proceedings of the Gamble House should continue.
Jeez Sherman, where were you in 1978?
But no Section 106 review is required unless they are declared historic.
I'm repeating here: Louise Nippert ordered the house torn down. When somebody with several hundred million dollars wants something torn down, it gets torn down. The foundation wasn't going to sell to the city or anyone else.