City council tussles over house on W. Second St., use of Redi-Rock
Perrysburg City Council voted 4-2 September 4 to support the Historic Landmark Commission’s decision not to allow the owners of the home at 120 West Second Street to demolish the structure and build a new one in its place.
Deborah Born, Barry VanHoozen, Jonathan Smith and Becky Williams voted to support the HLC’s decision, while Jim Matuszak and Haraz Ghanbari voted against. Tim McCarthy was absent.
After the meeting, Brody Walters, city planning and zoning administrator, said the house’s owner, Andrew Wilhems, a local attorney, bought the residence intending to fix it up and use it as a residence.
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