The historic home at 45 Murdock St was mentioned in this blog earlier this year when its owner sought to demolish the building and obtain a zoning variance to build a 3-family home.
The TAB covered the story in January with this article and this editorial. The article is particularly worth reading because of the comments left by people who experienced first-hand some of the history of the home, which was built in 1802 and is the 4th oldest home in A/B.
A demolition delay established by the Boston Landmarks Commission ends on April 7. The Landmarks Commission meets on Tuesday, March 25 at 5:45 in City Hall room 900. At this meeting they will vote on whether to file a 90-day emergency landmark designation for the building. For more information call 617-635-3850.