Business gets to stay in historic area

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CLOSE TO HOME: RESPONDING TO SEXUAL ASSAULT IN OUR COMMUNITY

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Business gets to stay in historic area

Financial firm allowed to stay in historic area
From left, Randy Swan, Jim Engelken, Rob Swan and Ethan Bates work inside a historic building originally used to assay silver and gold from mines around Silverton. The current occupants’ commercial use of the building was opposed by the neighborhood association based on concerns it would affect the residential flavor of East Third Avenue.
Occupants of the old assay house at 277 East Third Ave. received approval from City Council to continue to run their financial trading firm in the old home.

Business gets to stay in historic area

From left, Randy Swan, Jim Engelken, Rob Swan and Ethan Bates work inside a historic building originally used to assay silver and gold from mines around Silverton. The current occupants’ commercial use of the building was opposed by the neighborhood association based on concerns it would affect the residential flavor of East Third Avenue.
Occupants of the old assay house at 277 East Third Ave. received approval from City Council to continue to run their financial trading firm in the old home.
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