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Home and Garden May 10, 2013 at 9:33 pm

Know of a good finish carpenter?

I’m looking for a carpenter experienced with old houses who can fix a broken window (the rope that holds the weight inside the window broke), fix broken stair treads, and rehang a door so it opens the opposite way.  If you know of anyone reliable and detail-oriented let me know. Thanks!

General Discussion April 4, 2013 at 4:52 pm

Leaky brick wall

We have a 1905 row house and are experiencing leaks from a second floor window frame and brick wall.  We are replacing the window and frame but need to consider our options for the leaking brick wall.  The bricks likely aren’t the issue, rather it’s the mortar.  Has anyone in PoPville experienced this?  What did you do to fix it?  We’re considering re-pointing (I understand it may be very expensive), or sealing the wall with something, or even vinyl siding.  It’s the rear part of the house and the lower section of the house already has siding.  We’re looking for an economically solution.

Home and Garden January 18, 2013 at 4:16 pm

Little Naylor Court Alley Building Under Death Threat

I have launched a petition “Historic Preservation Review Board: Vote to preserve 1322 9th Street as a contributing historic structure.” and am asking for help to save this building from destruction. It has not been able to protect itself.
Please take a little time to read the petition, reflect on the issue and consider your decision about signing it. It will take very little of your time.
I have launched a petition:
This building (1322 9th St. NW) is part of a collection of nationally recognized historic buildings in Naylor Court and Blagden Alley (National Register of Historic Places). The alley collection has been dismantled piecemeal over past decades through demolition by both neglect and intent. The alley’s story and historic legacy is progressively vanishing. In this case, the owner’s neglect is potentially being rewarded with permission to destroy the evidence of that neglect. It’s just not right.

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