No defense against ugly
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To the Editor,

Wilmington has many second-home owners and visitors who provide a large portion of the town’s revenue.

People come here seeking the pleasure of a friendly, colonial atmosphere, away from crowded, high pressure environments.

To put an eyesore of a building in the middle ofWilmington’s Historic District is a bit like putting junk in a neighbor’s yard.

It’s sad that the town, apparently, has no defense against ugly architecture. This lowers the appeal of the town, which costs us all.

Lee Rich

Wilmington
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Jonathan Meeks
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April 25, 2013
Been to Chicago? Chicago's noted for its architectural variety. People go there, sleep in hotels and eat in restaurants to see this.


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