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Esche eyes children's museum bulding

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Esche eyes children's museum bulding Wed, 13 Jun 2018 22:06:53 +0000 Esche eyes children's museum bulding Esche eyes children's museum bulding WKTV time and trend have made utica's children's museum building prime real estate. it's caught the eye of many potential developers....and a local businessman who's responsible for a great deal of local growth recently. newschannel 2's joleen ferris is live in the newsroom to tell us who....and how...a sale of the museum building would work.joleen? the museum building is gorgeous, stately and nostalgia-evoking from the outside. the inside looks like our childhood. perhaps most key in determining its value and desirability-it's location. the museum is in an area of the city that's enjoying a resurgence lately, in particular, among young professionals who enjoy loft living. the executive director of kids oneida, which is in a managed services contract with the museum to oversee it, as well, tells us one suchyoungl who's been eyeing the museum building is utica comets co-owner, rob esche. 13:37 "rob has expressed an interest and a lot of folks have expressed an interest, in the community. and the arthe typesf things as ty come, the board s the abity to evuate and ke a cle look at and swhat'e museum and the cmunity" that's what bulger says is key-the museum board is in the favorable position right now of weighing options. should the museum stay there, or move somewhere else and start fresh? it would be complex sale, though-it would have to be approved by a two-thirds majority of the museum board and the attorney general, as it's a major assett of a not-for- profit. bulger says whichever way it goes, utica will have a vibrant, viable children's museum. no deal or agreement in place right now. just lots of interest and options. we did speak with rob esche. he declined to go on camera, deferring to steve bulger.back to you. coming up on newschannel

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