Skunk Train’s new boss to save historic Finnish lodge as residence, possible future hall use

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  1. Oh, golly, Frank Hartzell! Now this is fine reporting! Thank you for such a comprehensive story, with so much background and history. And thanks for introducing Mr. Pappas to the community. This is a great example of why good local journalism is so important to our country, on every level from national right down to my next-door neighbors. And thanks to the Mendocino Voice, a beacon of hope. I wish the Pappas family the very best with their efforts to secure the past and future of this building. I’m inspired!

  2. WOW!!!! I don’t know how old the gallary of pictures are but the place appears to be in very good shape. I don’t know if the price of $475,000 is factual or not. I must say, I would be pleased to bid on a structure like that, especially out of receivership, if the square foot price was a mere $63. You can’t build a backyard shed for $63 dollars a square foot today, especially out of old growth heart redwood. I hope Mr. Pappas keeps his word to the community.

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