Termite damage to force demolition of historic log cabin in Hamilton – Hamilton Journal News

The city previously this year asked people to submit propositions to redevelop the cabin, which likely dates to the 1800s. However when 3 city staff members took a potential developer to see it, 223 and also 225 S. C St., in the historic Rossville area, he city’s top building assessor, Ken Rivera, discovered the termite damage as well as told his colleagues that the structure required to be knocked down due to the fact that it could collapse.Explore Log cabin,

anybody?Hamilton marketing numerous city-owned buildings for reuse The log cabin until in 2015 was in the hands of the Butler Area Land Bank, which takes control of residential or commercial properties that have come under disuse or foreclosure. The land financial institution in 2020 moved the property, together with others, to Hamilton.

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