It used to look like this.
Now it looks like this (well, it did last winter anyway).
It's been really frustrating for us to stand up and demand the City save something that isn't actually there.
The man in charge of tearing things down and building things up in Old Sherwood Town is Jim Patterson of the City of Sherwood. After the Public Comment segment of the meeting ended, Patterson went out of his way to explain that the City wants to put the School House back the way it was in the earlier photograph. He's even been talking to the Sherwood School District about , you know, making it a genuine school house again, with real live kids and everything. "Let's never forget who we were." is Patterson's motto. At least one private party is interested in Patterson's concept as well.
I think it was Picasso who said Every Act of Creation is Also an Act of Destruction. Is the City our Picasso now?