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Foreclosure goes forward on North Tonawanda History Museum

A judge appointed a referee Thursday to preside over a foreclosure auction for the North Tonawanda History Museum, but the actual order to foreclose has not yet been signed, court officials said.

The museum, which owes nearly $300,000 on a mortgage held by Regent Properties, the former owner of the Webster Street building, has been struggling for months to try to avoid eviction. A desperation fund-raising appeal last month did not succeed.

State Supreme Court Justice Richard C. Kloch Sr., who previously recommended that the museum try to find someplace smaller and cheaper, is handling the case.


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