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Ada C. Richards – Follow up

Back on the 7th, we took a final look at Ada C. Richards School. Last weekend, I swung by to take a look at the aftermath.

The structure is completely gone. Just a pile of rubble remains.

The sidewalk to the door remains, but lead only to bricks.

Houses on side streets are now visible from Ontario Street. No idea what the future holds for this parcel of land. It was sold earlier in the year, and is not owned by the school board any longer.

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