The clock is ticking.
Those who wish to save the old Evans teacher’s cottage have only about a month to come up with a plan.
The property is under contract to sell – the owners will not say to whom – and the buyer wants the site cleared by Feb. 28.
It is about the last structural remnant of the old Evans community. Built about 1930, it served as a dormitory for the women who taught at the original Evans school across Washington Road. Most recently, it was known as the site of the Strictly Country gift shop, which was operated by Rachel Robertson for 25 years.