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What would City Hall say if HE could talk?          Send a link to a friend

To the editor:

What would City Hall say if he could talk? He would talk about how this city has grown from nothing to a city that's a great place to grow up. He would talk about the years he was a police station. He would talk about the rise and fall of the square, the true heart of Lincoln. He would talk about a history that is in no book anywhere -- Lincoln's history, that is.

Then, if he could ask: Why is there a debate or any question about keeping me fixed up? I'm a part of history. The fire station alone is a priceless piece of history of Lincoln. Keep us up and keep us going strong for another so many years. Thanks.

Jann Allen Nash

(Posted Feb. 20, 2006)

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