Clayhouse Inn revisited?

It's waay past time but it's good to hear that there are plans to do something with this eyesore of a property.

According to the Gazette article people are already objecting to it, but when you have to choose between a derelict building that could very well be home to people of poor repute and an attraction for rodents and other vermin and a prospective new development that makes your neighbourhood look better, come on.

To channel Ronald Reagan, "tear down these walls".

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