Save the Schulte Mansion on Glenway! (aka Radel Funeral Home)

Save the Schulte Mansion on Glenway! (aka Radel Funeral Home)

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Save the Schulte Mansion started this petition to Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati and

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati have a wonderful five year old, 18,000 square foot club on Glenway Ave. This club was generously donated by Larry and Rhonda Sheakley and Major League Baseball's All Star Game 2015. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati now seeks to demolish a viable, historic and architecturally significant property next door, the Schulte Mansion, for the purpose of removing its offices from the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati and possibly creating a workforce program.

BUT... it's not too late! There is still time to spare the Schulte Mansion, built for H. Joseph Schulte, President of the GB Schulte Sons Co. which commissioned another lost historic Cincinnati treasure, The Dennison Hotel.

There are many available sites within the vicinity if the Boys Club truly desires to leave the West End. These other sites do not have the same historic or architectural significance as the Schulte Mansion does. Currently, the Boys Club has an option to buy and an extreme desire to demolish the property. Many community stakeholders and organizations were not consulted or engaged until after their plans and process were well underway!

Please sign and share this petition to implore the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati to spare the Schulte Mansion by finding a more suitable site for their administrative operation, adaptively reusing the Schulte Mansion or working with the community to acquire one of several available locations nearby. There are many who stand ready if the Boys and Girls Club will reconsider and come to the table in good faith.

***IMPORTANT: you can email the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati as well***

CEO: Bill Bresser: bbresser@bgcgc.org

Chairman of the Board, Josh Guttman (Kable Group): jguttman@bgcgc.org

 

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