Sunday, June 15, 2008

Livery Stable Collapse Part II

The city began demolition of the Livery Stable today, stopping several hours later due to a court injunction from nearby residents. That means everything is up in the air again. While saving the building is far from likely--it's missing a good chunk of its roof now--activists are also concentrating efforts against the slumlord who let this happen. A meeting/press conference is scheduled for Sunday afternoon. This is something I'd like to follow up on.

Neighbors have been using a twisted sense of humor against Freudenheim's poor property management.

What do you do with a unique, irreplaceable, historic building?

Meanwhile, here's a generic photo of today's Allentown Art Festival.

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