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20200809 Simpson Demolition Correspondence 12-8-20 (3) 12/8/2020 Zimbra Zimbra jennifer.merriman@saratoga-springs.org MEE 1111 [17-- 65 and 69 Phila Street DEC 0 8 2020 From : Kristen Dart <kristen.dart@gmail.com> Tues 706 8A "M Subject : 65 and 69 Phila Street To :Jennifer merriman <Jennifer.merriman@saratoga- springs.org> CAUTION: This email originated outside of the City network. Please contact IT Support if you need assistance determining if it' s a threat before opening attachments or clicking any links. Hello, I have lived in Saratoga Springs for almost my entire life and in the time I did not live in the city I never spent more than 6 weeks with out spending some time here. Anyone who knows me know my love and dedication to this city. I am writing to ask you that the buildings on 65 and 69 Phila Street not be torn down. What makes are city unique and attractive to visitors is the historical charm of our city. These two building are a part of that unique history and with rehabilitation could be a part of this charm. The owners of these two building have intentionally neglected these buildings in hope of making profit on the land sale. They should not be rewarded for allowing property in our city to fall into disrepair. It has been their choice not to sale these properties years ago when offers were made for their rehabilitation. Please do not allow these buildings to be torn down, our city's uniqueness and historical value are wrapped up in buildings like these. Thank you for your consideration. Regards, Kristen Dart 630 N. Broadway 518-542-8650 https://m.saratoga-springs.org/h/printmessage?id=114426&tz=America/New_York 1/1