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Ross gets to keep vinyl windows
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The vinyl window struggle between Historic Zoning Commission members and attorney Larry Ross came to an end Monday.Commission members Bobby Kirby, chairman, Ben Newman, Rachel Killebrew, Tom Ward and Ryan Moore voted unanimously to approve an updated certificate of appropriateness (COA) made by Ross for his property at 110-112 E. Main Street.To change the look of the vinyl windows to something more historic in appearance, Ross agreed to place grids in them.“I think the grids will be good,” said Killebrew. “It will make the windows look more like what was there. We weren’t happy about the vinyl windows because they weren’t in the historic district guidelines.”