Debate Continues Over Proposed Demolition Of Ridgefield Building

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The demolition of a 19th Century building in Ridgefield gained approval by the Architectural Advisory Committee recently.
The demolition of a 19th Century building in Ridgefield gained approval by the Architectural Advisory Committee recently. Photo Credit: File

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- The destruction of a 19th-century building in Ridgefield continues to gain support after the Architectural Advisory Committee approved the demolition of the structure at 27 Governor St. recently, according to the Ridgefield Press. 

The building is slated to be demolished to make way for the new headquarters of the Visiting Nurse's Association, but the decision is coming under fire due to the potential historical significance of the home, the Ridgefield Press reported. 

The demolition will now be reviewed by Planning and Zoning Commission, the Ridgefield Press said. 

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