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March 13, 2014 5:51 AM

Demolition of historic Paso home could set precedent

On March 4, I attended a Paso Robles City Council meeting to speak against the proposed demolition of a historic home at 1527 Park St. The home was built of brick in 1893 and had been lived in until the fall of last year. The house survived the last earthquake, and probably many others, in livable condition. It was not red or yellow tagged after the most recent earthquake.

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