August 2008
High Country News;8/18/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 15, p3
The article reports on the deconstruction of the 5,500-square-foot house carried out by the nonprofit organization Friends of the Columbia Gorge at the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Washington. It states that the house was purchased by the organization for a disclosed price of $15 million in 2006. It reveals that the demolition of the house is part of the 25-year plan of the government to relocate more than 50 lots situated in the scenic area to the Forest Service, an agency that manages 1,000 acres of land in the country.


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