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Heritage Comm. Approves Work On Antique Mall

From Staff Reports

Four requests for certificates of appropriateness were granted by 5-0 votes during the April 18 Ste. Genevieve Heritage Commission meeting.

Two of the requests involved one property, the old Kisco Boiler factory and future home of the Ste. Genevieve Antique Mall at 100 Market Street.

Gretchen Roth and contractor Dean Bader spoke for the owners, Susan O’Donnell and Patrick Fahey.

One request was to construct a porch with standing seam metal roof, treated lumber decking and posts, composite wood siding, wood or steel guardrail and cement ADA ramp on the west side of the rear cement block section of the building.

The second request was to allow local mural artist Joy French to paint a mural and sign on the west side of the building, facing Front Street. French was present to answer questions.

Meanwhile, Nancy Fischer requested a certificate to renovate the porch and install wooden posts and a railing at 59 N. Second Street. Fischer, longtime teacher and coach at Valle Catholic, was also present to answer questions