Thursday, March 15, 2007

Friends of Old Town (FOOT)


Old Sherwood Town's leading defenders discuss the future of their business environment while snacking at The Lavender Teahouse. This morning, City Councilman Lee Weislogel (not pictured) got an earful regarding a number of history preservation issues in Old Town, including the fate of the old school house. In the foreground, Sherwood Historical Society Director Shelly scribbles furiously.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Pot begins to boil!!!When does the City Council
showdown begin? I want to be there!

jaycee said...

According to Councilman Weislogel: During the next budget cycle, whenever that is.

Lilly Morgen said...

Everyone! Come on down to City Hall on Tues. Mar. 20, 7:00 p.m. for the great experiment in Democracy! Support and perserve the Old Sherwood Schoolhouse! Look for me, Lilly Morgen, the lady in the mob cap! Save the building that is almost 100 years old!!!!

Lilly Morgen said...

I was asked this weekend what the Friends of Oldtown "official position" was on the Old Schoolhouse. Can we get that posted?

jaycee said...

According to the minutes of the Sherwood Historical Society, March 26, 2007:

It was agreed that Shelly will draft a letter to the City demanding that the building be saved. Also, an email will be circulated to field citizen reactions to the slated destruction of the building.

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