A motion to appeal a judge's decision to demolish the historic Gamble House made its way through Cincinnati City Council Wednesday.
The fight over the historic Gamble House continues with Cincinnati City Council trying to halt its demolition.
A proposal that would allow the city of Cincinnati to purchase the Gamble House using eminent domain was voted on Tuesday during a meeting of the Livable Communities Committee.
The fight to save the Gamble House in Westwood got heated Wednesday night.
A United States District Court judge has ordered the owners of the historic Gamble house to stop removing items from the home.
A Cincinnati zoning board of appeals has affirmed the city's decision that a 19th century mansion once owned by a Procter & Gamble heir may not be torn down.
The Gamble House in Westwood has been awarded historical designation from Cincinnati City Council.
The last step before the historic designation of Westwood's Gamble House is complete was taken Tuesday by the Livable Communities Committee.
A judge has giving the city of Cincinnati 30 days to determine whether or not it will destroy an historic home.
As early as this March, The Gamble Estate may no longer be apart of the Westwood community.