University to purchase a new president residence due to the cost to update existing property.
Thanks again, Mansfield.The building known as “Oak Hill” was constructed by the state Department of Public Works in 1940 to serve as the president’s residence at UConn. It sits on a section of campus that has been designated as an historic district and the building is considered “historic” because of this.
The Lodewich’s who live near my childhood home in Ridgefield are big contributors to local community organizations. Especially the Ridgefield Library.Long-time BoT member Phil Lodewick and massive benefactor along with his wife may have given more than enough to sell their house below appraised value