Saturday, April 17, 2010

Rumor Has It . . .

the county is thinking of using the Sixth Street School at the corner of Sixth and State streets (shown in this historic photograph) as a homeless shelter/transitional housing facility for women and children, to be run by Catholic Charities. The building, which was designed by Hudson architect Michael O'Connor around the turn of the last century, is currently owned by the county and used for county offices.

1 comment:

  1. Handsome structure. Still retains all the original designed windows tho some are missing panes and most haven't been maintained for too long.
    If DSS does acquire this building I hope they restore the windows instead of replacing them.