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Razing of historic Saratoga Springs building delayed

Preservation group challenges approval by city commission

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Even though the Saratoga Springs Design Review Commission approved the demolition of a historic house at 66 Franklin St. this week, the circa-1871 building won’t be coming down this year. Joseph Boff, the owner of the house that is a contributing structure to the Franklin Square-West Side Historic District, maintains the deteriorating building is beyond saving. He and his lawyers have spent the past three years seeking permission to tear it down. The city Design ...


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