Beverly Steinhaus hugs Carol Hill, a friend who helped clean her house on Burwell Street after it was submerged in floodwater.
Beverly Steinhaus hugs Carol Hill, a friend who helped clean her house on Burwell Street after it was submerged in floodwater. Matt Walsh mwalsh@thestate.com
Beverly Steinhaus hugs Carol Hill, a friend who helped clean her house on Burwell Street after it was submerged in floodwater. Matt Walsh mwalsh@thestate.com

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  • Homeowner's renovation plans at odds with neighborhood's historic designation

    Nino Colarossi is renovating his 1940 house in Seminary Ridge and is finding the regulations of the historic neighborhood costly and problematic