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Nathaniel Rogers House Restoration Back on Track

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Mistakes have been made. Mold grew on the interior walls of the landmark Nathaniel Rogers House because the house had not been properly protected from the weather. Work on the structure stalled while mold remediation was done. But now a new contractor has been hired by Southampton Town and the Bridgehampton Historical Society, which are jointly renovating the c. 1824 Greek Revival house. Fortunately, the mold remediation process did not damage much of the historic plaster; only about a four-foot strip could not be saved. Bridgehampton Historical Society President John Eilertsen said, "The exciting news is that we're under contract and working again."
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