Our View: Why we should preserve Erie's history
As our community looks to reimagine Erie's future, we are fortunate to have a rich past to inform us about where we've been, how we got there and where we're headed.
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#1 Apr 1, 2014
Gannon, Erie Insurance, the School District, the Historical Society, the Redevelopment Authority, the Convention Center Authority, and the city of Erie have destroyed hundreds of historic buildings - many in good repair - in the last 20 years. And not once did Erie's incredible shrinking newspaper say a damn thing about any of them. Hell, the Historical Society didn't even give a sh*t.
It's a little late now. I hear John Horan is ready to bulldoze a grand mansion on West 21st Street. Once the word is out it'll go down faster than his wife after 6 Manhattans.
#2 Apr 3, 2014
wait a sec where exactly and when did this shit start? why? whats being built there? there are some very useful items in those buildings besides the damn history of them and what they could be used for if people would stop thinking the banks own shit. fuck the banks. these buildings belong to the people and ONE legal filing by ONE citizen against any bank or corporation will halt all demo.
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