It's Back -- Low Water at Hinckley that is ... Hinckley Reservoir several feet below average
. . . Let's see who turns this into a political football first.
OD gets it right on Rutger Park: Don’t snub rich history of Rutger Park
The Swancott Home is obviously more valuable as an historical site with, rather than without, its fixtures. The fixtures and antiques should not be auctioned off. The "It's private property" argument does not generate sympathy here. Rescue Mission, while legally a private entity, drinks at the public trough through donations and government grants. Historic preservation holds a significantly broader public appeal than the narrow (but noble) mission of the Rescue Mission. To harm the former simply to generate cash for the latter will, without doubt, undercut support for the Mission in the future.