One of the village of Waterloo’s most stately homes may fall to the wrecking ball.
The Finger Lakes Regional Land Bank Corp. Board of Directors will meet at 4 p.m. Monday in the first-floor conference room of the County Office Building, 1 DiPronio Drive, to discuss the status of 101 Virginia St.
The house — owned by Richard Kenney of Florida — has been condemned, vacant for several years and is in serious disrepair.
Built in 1855, it once housed the family and insurance business of Minor B. Smalley and was known for its imposing size and distinctive architecture and trim.
Land Bank Corp. President and CEO Joseph McGrath said they are trying to arrange for the owner and his son to come up from out of state to meet with officials to discuss the building.
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