Historic Review Board Public Hearing - Shared screen with speaker view
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Was this property recently purchased?
Pete according to the county records the property was purchased by Diamond State in 2017
Thank you for the information Jamie.
The county parcel search has a lot of information available for public consumption
I'm sure the County Parks Department or State Parks Department would love to have the stone from this structure donated. There are plenty of uses for the stone besides ending up in a landfill
Yes Ryan. Some with the wood. There is a maket for all the old building material. The quality of wood from that time period can not be matched with today's wood quality.
Correct. Sounds like they have a solid plan for the wood salvage but are totally fine with letting the stone go to waist unless someone else comes forward to ask for it. I personally would love to see them make a stronger effort to salvage the stone as well as the wood.
They should be able to sell the stone also to local landscapers or developers.
So just over 6,000 SUARE FEET
A wonderful stone entrance sign made from repurposed materials from the site
Great idea Ryan.
Love the visuals, Kim!
The photos are great. This is making me feel poor.
Great presentation Kim.
Does anyone from HRB know if 863 Valley Rd in Hockessin is being discussed tonight?
Ok. Thank you.
Agendas are published on the website https://www.nccde.org/313/Historic-Review-Board
Most of the old lumber sells for a premium and anyone with old wood will sell it if they can for a profit.
Thanks for the info Jamie.
NCC Land Use
The mailing packet for this meeting can be accessed here:https://nccde.org/DocumentCenter/View/46292/HRB-PH-Packet_3152022
Thank you Betsey!
I am here representing the Hockessin Historical Society http://hockessinhistoricalsociety.org/ taking Joe Lake's place. Today is the one year anniversary of his death.