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Redrawing the Lines of Fort Sanders' Historic Overlay

FORT HOME: Architect Randall De Ford, left, and Stanton Webster, pictured with his family, have been representing the permanent residents of Fort Sanders in discussions with the city.

Photo by David Luttrell

FORT HOME: Architect Randall De Ford, left, and Stanton Webster, pictured with his family, have been representing the permanent residents of Fort Sanders in discussions with the city.

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  • These empty Victorian houses in Fort Sanders are at the center of a debate over the future of the neighborhood.
  • I.G.AID ME: Since an electrical fire in 2010, the 18th Street IGA has stood abandoned. It is currently in violation of several blight ordinances, according to the city.
  • POLICY FIRST: The city’s chief policy officer, Bill Lyons, remains convinced the plan he and the mayor have come up with is the best for all parties involved.
  • FORT HOME: Architect Randall De Ford, left, and Stanton Webster, pictured with his family, have been representing the permanent residents of Fort Sanders in discussions with the city.
  • FORT HOSPITAL: Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center has been in the neighborhood since 1919, with expansions nearly every decade since.

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