Oasis of Opportunity 

Why Bon Secours should preserve the architectural treasure of the Westhampton School.

It could have become an unrelenting commercial strip — the stretch of shops, eateries, branch banks and gas stations along Patterson Avenue near Libbie. But by 1917 a saving grace was established with the completion of Westhampton School and its surrounding…

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