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  1. I have no idea whether this property is architecturally important or not. But if the city wants to preserve the property, they should buy it at a market price. Use eminent domain if you have to, but at least the people who get own the property aren’t harmed. If the city is unwilling to pay the market price, then it probably isn’t worth saving in the first place.

    There’s no reason why these property owners should be force to make an involuntary contribution of hundreds of thousands of dollars just because a small committee in town deems the property a landmark.

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