Batavia committee votes against historical property upgrade
BATAVIA – The Batavia City Council Community Development Committee on Wednesday rejected a recommendation from the Batavia Historic Preservation Commission to upgrade the historical classification of a building at 106 N. River St. from “contributing” to “significant.”
“I would hate for that to get in the middle of development plans in the future,” 5th Ward Alderman Lucy Thelin Atac said.
The committee’s recommendation now will go to the full City Council. Despite the objections of Batavia Mayor Jeff Schielke, the Batavia Historic Preservation Commission last month decided to stick with its recommendation to upgrade the building’s classification.
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