NORTH TONAWANDA — Though a judge has recently taken the next step in the North Tonawanda History Museum’s foreclosure case, the Webster Street facility says it’s not closing its doors just yet.
Museum Trustee Audrey Monkiewicz said New York State Supreme Court Justice Richard Kloch has appointed a referee to the case, who will determine exactly what is owed and report their findings back to Kloch, who will then be asked to make a judgement on the matter. But that doesn’t mean the museum’s volunteer staff have thrown in the towel.
“We’re just going to keep continuing until we can’t continue,” Monkiewicz said. “That’s our plan.”
The museum currently owes $289,000 on the building. They have not made payments on their mortgage,…