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Oct. 24, 2018 #12-297 PB1
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The ear of corn water tower at Seneca plant.
Owners of potential landmarks being asked to defend challenges

By Randy Petersen
rpetersen@postbulletin.com


Owners of seven Rochester properties considered by some to be potential city landmarks are being asked to defend their opposition to the status.

The properties are among 30 challenges to a list of potential landmarks created by the city’s Heritage Preservation Commission last year. They include Saint Marys Hospital, Assisi Heights and the iconic ear of corn water tower at Seneca Foods.

The commission is inviting the owners of the seven properties considered to be priorities to attend its Nov. 27 meeting to outline objections to the proposed ...

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An exterior view of Assisi Heights in Rochester.

Jerry Olson