The City of Dillingham is looking for recommendations of what to do with the Carlson House.
The property was owned by a prominent Dillingham family, who donated it to the City. City manager Rose Loera says the house has mostly been boarded up for the past decade:
"There’s a lot of mold and foundation issues in the house itself, and so, once that was determined, then nothing ever happened with it."
The house may be costly to renovate. Loera says there is some money donated by the Carlsons that could be used for restoration.