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Re: “High and Dry

Thank you for continuing to cover this story. I spent ten years of my career at Granite and fell in love with the wonderful people (staff, students, neighbors) and the fabulous old buildings. There is plenty of blame to go around for all the circumstances that have brought us to the precipice of demolition, but the bottom line seems to be that those in power have little appreciation for the heritage that the school and campus represent, and those with feelings of deep appreciation - and vision for a Granite "Encore" - have very little power. It's another example of power=money. No amount of money can bring back the buildings and the other parts of the campus, once they're replaced by houses, a "superstore," concrete, and blacktop. This legacy will inspire feelings of loss and grief, not of pride. We could really use a super hero about now.

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Posted by KrisD on 04/27/2017 at 12:53 PM

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