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#1 Feb 26, 2010
I can at times be sentimental about old mansions. This one, it is possible that the cost of rennovating it and maintaining it for uses appropriate to the mission of Greenacres Foundation may make it more cost effective to replace the building. I do not really know the status of deterioration of the building. From reading Greenacres Foundation web page descriptions (of the events they engage in and GF's mission,etc), I believe that if the planned replacement building will aid in keeping GF active with the people of Cincinnati, that may be the way to go. GF seems to be an ongoing asset to the metro area.
#2 Feb 26, 2010
If the foundation felt that the historic building would not be suitable for its purposes, why did they buy it?
#3 Feb 26, 2010
Does the word "owner" mean nothing nowdays?
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