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The Biddlecom Residence Plaque
On Monday, May 21, 2018, as part of National Historic Preservation Month, the Historic Preservation Commission held its Landmark Plaque presentation at the Biddlecom Residence, located at 614 N. Genesee Street, and constructed in 1872. The presentation was attended by many dignitaries including the proud owner, Harry Came. The owner has lived at the residence for many years and has undertaken significant remodeling, renovation and exterior improvements on the Biddlecom Residence, including the reincorporation of a Second Empire concave mansard tower with roundel windows. For more information regarding the Biddlecom Residence, click HERE.

 614 N. Genesee

 Pictured from Left to Right:
Hector B. Escobar (HPC Commission), Ty Rohrer (HPC Commission Chairman), Harry Came (Homeowner), Mayor Sam Cunningham, Steven Sabourin (Planning and Zoning Department), and Harlene Shipley (HPC Commission)