Saturday, April 11, 2009
When I bought my condo in late 1989 the real estate agent mentioned that some vacant land adjacent to the complex was owned by a very old man (with implication that it might be developed after he died). While looking at online land records in connection with the Hawkes Crossing development, I learned the old man was named Corliss Lamont. I was interested to discover that he was notable enough to have a wikipedia biography . He died in 1995 at the age of 93. The land remains undeveloped.