Wooden braces are seen along the wall of the former Curtis Hotel garage that abuts The Old Homestead Club. Club members are waiting to hear whether or not additional bracing will be needed inside the building. The proposed hotel’s southern wall will sit 12 feet to the north of the Homestead building.

Samantha Scoles/News Wooden braces are seen along the wall of the former Curtis Hotel garage that abuts The Old Homestead Club. Club members are waiting to hear whether or not additional bracing will be needed inside the building. The proposed hotel’s southern wall will sit 12 feet to the north of the Homestead building. Purchase

 


MOUNT VERNON — Damage to the roof of the Homestead Club Building and its air conditioning unit during the Curtis Inn demolition has been fixed and concerns about the structural integrity of the building have been addressed, Homestead Club President Dennis Snyder told the News.

Snyder said that during the demolition, some blocks were knocked onto the roof, damaging the air conditioning unit and the roof.

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