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2 thoughts on “UPDATED: Planning commissioner resigns over historic house demolition plan

  1. Good. I’m glad he is gone. Just another do-gooder trying to tell people what they can do with their own property. It’s not 1902 any more. It’s 2009. Get over it. If someone wants to preserve old houses, let them BUY the houses and preserve them to their hearts content. Otherwise, butt out.

  2. Sounds like a win win situation.

    Mr. Peterson resigned so he doesn’t have to be on a commission where he disagrees with other members and the others don’t have to deal with a disagreeable person when following the rules they judge to be right.

    I agree with Marvin. People who want to save other’s possessions should be willing to buy them. Historic value is very subjective.

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