Nothing has been done.
The summer was wasted going in circles between the building department, consultants, the insurance company, and heck knows who else. God bless my mother for undertaking most of the phone calls, etc.
As mentioned, the structural work shown at the beginning of this thread was completely hosed up, so now we have to have it RE-DONE, only MORE SO. (shouting? Ohhh yes I am.) This means that someone has to work on it while it is in an unsafe state. Architect or engineer paid $$$ for assessment, more $$$ to devise remedial plan. The guy we hired to fix it needs us to have thus-and-so clauses in the coverage. Plus if he hires a second guy, is that guy covered, etc. Much backing and forthing, exchange of various documents. Our goal still is to sell it, but we're not wasting any effort on that yet. First we have to get the garage finished...we hope that will be before the snow flies....IN HELL.
The Thaddeus W. Bayless House
Built between July 1863 and January 1865, major add/reno between 1890 and 1902
Style = Mutt