Say Good-bye to Another Historic Building, and Lots and Lots of Trees

September 19, 2012
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“Bike lanes, trees, old houses with character, interesting neighborhoods all attract the types of people who, in turn, tend to enhance the community.  Livable neighborhoods that include the above attributes (and more) are always cited in the ‘best places to live’ surveys.  When the developers and their money are gone and huge housing complexes, busy streets,  and cookie cutter businesses remain, something has been lost that cannot be replaced and your town becomes yet another anonymous, impersonal cityscape.  Think about it before its too late to preserve your town’s character.”

~ Carla Ennis, Emeryville Resident

One Response to Say Good-bye to Another Historic Building, and Lots and Lots of Trees

  1. Eleanor Dahl on September 19, 2012 at 5:03 pm

    What is the history behind this building?

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