Fowler House says beef with assessor ‘last straw,’ will close soon
1852 Foundation, the nonprofit owner of the mansion near downtown Lafayette, announces it will close, says losing a property tax exemption too much
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FOWLER HOUSE SAYS BEEF WITH ASSESSOR IS THE ‘LAST STRAW,’ WILL CLOSE
Citing an ongoing beef with the county assessor as “just the straw that’s broken the nonprofit’s back,” the head of a foundation that bought and renovated the Moses Fowler House eight years ago announced Tuesday that the mansion will shut down its restaurant and end its run as a wedding and events venue.