Cheney Historic Commission OKs Kennedy House roof tile work
Cheney Historic Preservation Commission
The Kennedy House is a classic example of California ranch style popular in the 1950s and 1960s — but setting trends with its construction in Cheney in 1948.
The Cheney Historic Preservation Commission gave its approval to repairs of a local home listed on the Cheney Historic Register that was architecturally ahead of its time.
Pat Kennedy, owner of the home located at 106 Sixth St., asked the commission at its July 11 meeting to grant approval to repairs needed on the home’s tile roof caused by damage from several recent snowstorms. Kennedy asked the commission for permission to proceed with replacing the roof itself, rather than repairing the existing tiles.
What’s unique about Kennedy’s house isn’t that it’s a classic example of a C...
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