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June 25 in history

4:18 PM, Jun. 24, 2013  |  Comments
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June 25, 1953 - House moving writ served: Another round in the battle between Frank LaMere, De Pere, and the city administration started today, when City Engineer Francis Euclide was served with a summons in a mandamus action brought by LaMere.

The engineer is ordered to show cause why he should not permit the streets to be used for removal of a residence from S. Oakland Avenue to a new site on Highland Avenue. Arguments are to be heard in Circuit Court Monday.

The house in question is a two-story residence, one of the properties that must be moved to make way for the new Highway 41 development.

Building Inspector Albert Manders refused, on the ground that the house would not harmonize with its new surroundings. LaMere took the case to court.

Judge E.M. Duquaine ruled that esthetic questions were not involved, and that the law applied solely to use of the streets.

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