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April 27, 2005



I agree, good idea for a field trip. Our City Hall is only three decades old. I'm not one for more landfill, when not necessary. I think there may be lots of ways to improve the building without scraping it away. There is a lot of wasted space downstairs, in particular. Wide hallways must have been influenced by the ranchers that were a hot commodity at the time. It isn't pretty, never was, but its bought and paid for. (I think!) I'd still like to see the report that says it is made with unreinforced masonry. If true, that presents more of a challenge. Is that written anywhere?

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