The roof of the Stone Academy Historic Site and Museum in Zanesville, Ohio, will receive repairs after routine maintenance uncovered flaws on the structure, the local historical society's director said. A roof addition dating to 1840 diverts water away from the gutter system and down the side of the facility, according to this article. The work will involve 145 slates that will be replaced to prevent future damage, with replacement slates coming from buildings of similar age to preserve the site's historical authenticity.

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