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Court backs demolition of decrepit 1870s Saratoga Springs house

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The state Supreme Court’s Appellate Division upheld a lower court ruling Thursday that a historic property in Saratoga Springs can be demolished. Demolition of 66 Franklin St. had been approved by the city’s Design Review Commission, but the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation mounted a legal challenge last December and received a temporary injunction against the demolition. In March the state Supreme Court ruled that Joseph Boff, the owner of the circa-1870s home, could demolish the ...


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