Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Entire City of Pittsburgh Declared a Historic Structure

The Historic Review Commission of the Pittsburgh Planning Commission today unanimously recommended declaring playwright August Wilson's boyhood home a city historic structure.

And after that, it decided that somebody famous could have lived, breathed, slept in, or walked by every existing structure in the City. Thus, all buildings in the city have been designated historic structures, which will protect them from demolition. Any facade changes would have to be presented to the city Historic Review Commission, which will evaluate the size of the facade change relative to size of the bribe.


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