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Monrovia Council to Consider Making Another House An Historic Landmark

At its Nov. 21 meeting (agenda: the Monrovia City Council will, among other things, consider making the house at 101 East Greystone Avenue an historic landmark.

Update: Please see clarification in comments section.

- Brad Haugaard

1 comment:

  1. I'm posting this on behalf of Marianne Lee, currently Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, who wrote me directly about this:

    Hi Brad, I just wanted to clarify your latest post. The house at 101 E. Greystone is already landmarked. It didn't, however, have a Mills Act contract. Most properties do those two things at the same time, but the previous property owner chose not to. Most likely because they weren't in a position to benefit from the property tax discount a Mills Act Contract provides. Now there is a new property owner, and he has some significant repairs he needs to make to the property, so he would benefit from a Mills Act contract.