Coast Guard Demolition and Building Plan
This Coast Guard building along Little Harbor Road in Woods Hole dates back to 1917.
The Coast Guard is proposing to raze a 98-year-old building at its Woods Hole facility and build a new home for its aid-to-navigation and patrol boat teams, but the $7.75 million project is raising questions about construction, history and community character among residents. Along with the 5,700-square-foot building that is tagged for demolition, plans are to bring down a 1,400-square-foot prefabricated steel supply building and to remove a 1,100-square-foot modular administration building from Coast Guard Station Woods Holes grounds along Little Harbor Road, according to the agency. (more…)