Town officials last week imposed a 90-day demolition delay on a long-unoccupied house on Main Street downtown. The Historical Review Committee voted 3-1 during a regular meeting held Thursday at Town Hall to delay the razing of 51 Main St.—known locally as “the Red Cross Building,” after its longtime former owner. “What resonates with me is the Stick Style period that was popular around the turn of the century—I think that is the noteworthy aspect,” Committee member Mark Markiewicz said. He added, “I think the Stick Style itself is a very notable architectural direction that took place. I see it as a very kind of regional and especially American style that was born out of ample supply/availability of wood.