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  1. I presume the City will get stuck with its demolition?
    If/when that occurs, it might be interesting for the P-D to document the feeding frenzy by scrappers for the remaining copper.
    And of course the scumbag recycler will not raise a question when someone walks in with a huge copper cross – which should belong to the City.

  2. It’s really sad to see the end result of what is left of irreplaceable well-designed architecture in an area where at one time was a place of growth / prosperity be left to ruins, then turn into a vacant lot, and the best we can hope for that property is to be replaced with plain cookie-cutter construction made up of metal, glass, & EIFS…

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