Hanover town meeting voters reject proposal to preserve 1896 Curtis School

During the second night of Annual Town Meeting (May 8, 2012), the voters of Hanover expressed their opinion, and have decided that the 1896 Curtis School will be demolished. It is a sad day for preservationists, but we can take comfort in the notion that this debate has heightened awareness of the need for a systematic approach for evaluating Hanover’s historic buildings. Thank you all for your support and encouragement.

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One response to “Hanover town meeting voters reject proposal to preserve 1896 Curtis School

  1. HanoverTownie

    Sorry that the vote went this way. Thank you for providing the community with all of this information.

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