STAMFORD, Conn. -- The planned demolition of a historic Stamford home went ahead despite an official objection filed with the city which should have delayed the operation, according to the Stamford Advocate.
After a resident saw a demolition notice on the house he called the city to report the oversight, but it was not in time to save the building, the article said.
The Historic Neighborhood Preservation Program wanted the extra time to move the structure or convince the current owner to incorporate it into his plans for the property, according to the report.
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