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 Posted: Thu Aug 17th, 2006 10:36 pm
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Grumpy Geezer

Joined: Thu Sep 1st, 2005
Location: Tennessee USA
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Indy -

I thought the exact same thing. There's a follow-up also:

"The Murfreesboro Historic Zoning Commission chose not to remove a house built in 1838 from the National Register of Historic Places — even though the building was demolished in June.

As a formality, the commission was instructed by the Tennessee Historical Commission to conduct a public hearing regarding the removal of the Hiram Jenkins House from the national list that protected the home from being altered or destroyed with federal funds.

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