I was alerted today that the demolition of the historic Rock Hill Presbyterian Church has taken on a new, terrible twist. Fairfax House, which was banished to the northern tip of the property where the church once stood, has found itself parceled off onto a piece of land not much larger than its footprint. The land around it, where theoretically Fairfax House could have provided parking or other interpretive space, is now for sale, meaning that unless someone buys it and donates it to the Fairfax House, the house will be completely isolated, and probably unusable. Can we expect any less from UGas and Rock Hill?
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Well, how nice for capitalism.