“I think we’re done with the historic district,” he said. “I think we’ve exhausted the options with the historic district. There is a general understanding of the fact that we’ve [made] the effort to find places [to relocate the homes].”
Sekula — who had been seeking to add another three homes to the relocation list as part of the settlement — said that effort is unlikely.
“At this point, it does not look favorable that we’re going to be able to move those structures,” he said.
The additional homes he identified were the Prentice houses located at 340 W. Maple St. and 338 Ohio Ave., and another home at 113 Fort St.