The owner of a 126-year-old former home and restaurant in Evesham that was seriously water damaged when pipes burst over the winter was denied permission by the Township Historic Preservation Commission on Tuesday to demolish the building.
Commission members repeatedly questioned the owner, Eric Lavdas, about the extent of the efforts of his firm, EGA Realty Holdings LLC, to remediate the water damage in the former Marlton Tavern and Clayton’s restaurant at 65 East Main Street.
The 4-1 vote against demolition likely will result in an appeal to the Township, with the ultimate judgment coming from the Zoning Board of Adjustment, according to the commission.
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