House razed on historic Erie block; g...

House razed on historic Erie block; garden planned

There are 17 comments on the Erie Times News story from Oct 7, 2013, titled House razed on historic Erie block; garden planned. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

Erie's Millionaires' Row lost one of its residences over the weekend, when a 115-year-old vacant house at 329 W. Sixth St. was demolished to make way for what the property owner said will be a large English-style garden.

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trevor md

Port Clinton, OH

#1 Oct 7, 2013
why didn't pifer buy it and restore it... another jealous loud mouth POS
really

Erie, PA

#2 Oct 7, 2013
because the owner wouldn't sell.
trevor

Port Clinton, OH

#3 Oct 7, 2013
Then its the owner's call..right pencildick ?
oooh man

Cleveland, OH

#4 Oct 7, 2013
somebody issued a demolition permit
mmkay

Erie, PA

#5 Oct 8, 2013
trevor wrote:
Then its the owner's call..right pencildick ?
It clearly is the owner's call. It's still too bad. There was no shortage of people willing to restore the home.
trevor md

Port Clinton, OH

#6 Oct 8, 2013
mmkay wrote:
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It clearly is the owner's call. It's still too bad. There was no shortage of people willing to restore the home.
money talks and bullshit walks... we all know which of these commodities is more abundant in erie
haha

Cleveland, OH

#7 Oct 8, 2013
Erie, even your residents are a joke
erie welfare worker

United States

#8 Oct 8, 2013
Is this where they are going to build the homeless shelter?
Family

Erie, PA

#9 Oct 8, 2013
I am part of the family trust me that house was not wor restoring it has been in neglect for as long as i can remember trust me the area will benifit from a green area
trevor

Port Clinton, OH

#10 Oct 8, 2013
Family wrote:
I am part of the family trust me that house was not wor restoring it has been in neglect for as long as i can remember trust me the area will benifit from a green area
good... if erietes object you must be doing a good thing in the real world. Erieites like kias, vinyl siding, bayliners , and obama.
what are you on

Cleveland, OH

#11 Oct 8, 2013
Family wrote:
I am part of the family trust me that house was not wor restoring it has been in neglect for as long as i can remember trust me the area will benifit from a green area
It was definitely worth restoring. All historic homes are.
haha

Cleveland, OH

#12 Oct 8, 2013
That guy should get his own neurons checked out!
Southsida

Erie, PA

#13 Oct 8, 2013
trevor wrote:
<quoted text>good... if erietes object you must be doing a good thing in the real world. Erieites like kias, vinyl siding, bayliners , and obama.
^Kias with American flags

Also, you forgot the men all wear mom jeans and white sneakers. Men in the rest of the world only wear sneakers to the gym; in Erie, they are a fashion statement.
IAuto Mecanic

United States

#14 Oct 9, 2013
Southsida wrote:
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^Kias with American flags
Also, you forgot the men all wear mom jeans and white sneakers. Men in the rest of the world only wear sneakers to the gym; in Erie, they are a fashion statement.
Kias are assembled in Atlanta Georgia with more American parts then anything built by GM, Chrysler or Ford.They are better built, better gas mileage & safer. The former big 3 better hope Kia/Hyundai does not decide to build a full size pickup truck.
The Kia plant is on 2,200 acres, they employ 3000 workers in plant , & have generated some 11,000 jobs in area parts supplier production facilities. They currently mass produce the Kia Sorento & Optima cars. They have a capacity to produce 350,000 cars per year & expect to increase that.
Urban Renovation Planner

United States

#15 Oct 9, 2013
In conjunction with the renovation of Millionaires Row ......Gridley Park should be removed & a neighborhood mini mall anchored by a Country Fair or Sheetz Gas/Food store outlet constructed to serve the residents of the area.
neighbor

Port Clinton, OH

#16 Oct 9, 2013
IAuto Mecanic wrote:
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Kias are assembled in Atlanta Georgia with more American parts then anything built by GM, Chrysler or Ford.They are better built, better gas mileage & safer. The former big 3 better hope Kia/Hyundai does not decide to build a full size pickup truck.
The Kia plant is on 2,200 acres, they employ 3000 workers in plant , & have generated some 11,000 jobs in area parts supplier production facilities. They currently mass produce the Kia Sorento & Optima cars. They have a capacity to produce 350,000 cars per year & expect to increase that.
more data that supports just how saavy erieites are ! they actually prefer used volvos and BMWs. But tby the time erieites can afford them they are either rusted or coated with fried chicken grease.
area resident

Erie, PA

#17 Oct 9, 2013
Urban Renovation Planner wrote:
In conjunction with the renovation of Millionaires Row ......Gridley Park should be removed & a neighborhood mini mall anchored by a Country Fair or Sheetz Gas/Food store outlet constructed to serve the residents of the area.
I'd like to see a dollat store

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