Richwood
 on March 28, 2024

Richwood Council hears new Opera House options

By By Kyle Meddles, Richwood Gazette 

 

A preservation organization has some ideas for what to do with Richwood’s Opera House dilemma.

At the regular council meeting on Monday, visitors from Preservation Ohio proposed their thoughts on the revitalization project, which hit a standstill over how to proceed in recent months.

Thomas Palmer, Executive Director of Preservation Ohio, spoke at the meeting to offer Preservation Ohio’s resources toward the Opera House for a path toward its preservation.

“If you are considering a path for the Opera house that is consistent with its preservation, we’d love to be able to work with you to put you in touch with some resources,” Palmer said.

Preservation Ohio is a non-profit or…

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