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4 thoughts on “Letter: Don’t destroy Bainbridge Island’s historic homes

  1. If these properties are so “historic” and essential to life as we know it, let those who demand action, Schmid et al.(see signed letter, open their wallets/purses and buy the property now and in the future. Actions speaks louder than words.

  2. the owners would be delighted to sell you the house for a $1
    just get it off their property soon!!!

  3. Dear letter writers,

    I hate to agree with Olsen, but this time I do. Pool your money, buy the houses, put them on some land and get Jerry Elfendahl to make a “Historical Bainbridge” exhibit. Think Williamsburg. You could wear cool historic costumes and everything.

    Dombrowshi will love it — it fits his tourism industry theory for funding Bainbridge Tomorrow. I think this is a definite winner!

    If you don’t want to buy the houses or the land, then hush.

  4. I wonder what the Natives who lived here before those ‘workers’ would think of this fight to save ‘historic’ houses? I also wonder if in a hundred years or so, there will be a fight to save the ‘historic’ McMansions, condos, crackerbox townhouses and the row houses up in Fort Ward that the current ‘workers’ live in?

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