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     May 23, 2018      #23-142 PB1

Landmark measures seen as 'learning curve'

Medidas emblemáticas vistas como 'curva de aprendizaje'

By Randy Petersen

Four potential landmark properties in Rochester have been tapped for further review.

The city’s Heritage Preservation Commission unanimously agreed to review Calvary Episcopal Church at 111 Third Ave. SW, the Massey Building at 202 First Ave. SW, First Unitarian Universalist Church at 1727 Walden Lane SW, and the former Chuck’s Tire and Auto at 102 N. Broadway.

“We can use this as a learning curve,” said commission Chairwoman Christine Schultze, noting owners of the four properties have shown interest in landmark ...

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Calvary Episcopal Church in downtown Rochester is one of four properties being considered for landmark status by the Heritage Preservation Commission.

Joe Ahlquist / jahlquist@postbulletin.com
Randy Petersen