Historic Structure Moratorium Gets Initial Approval, and Some Tweaks

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  1. Dorothy Dubuisson says:

    Now the real work needs to happen. Define what is historically, architecturally, culturally, economically of importance to preserve. Not all 100 year old structures carry the stability, and community value discussed. Many structures less than 100 years old need protection. A preservation task force made up of experienced community preservationists from all areas should be assembled. Defining beyond an inventory of age and determining necessary support for this preservation to be about preservation, not just no demolition. Details need to be discussed while the action of halting is being considered.

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