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For the Record

Meeting: The May 10 Coastline Pilot article “Planners aim to save old homes” stated that the Planning Commission approved a proposal to allow certain homeowners to preserve rather than demolish houses 50 years and older.

In fact, commissioners voted 3 to 1, with Robert Zur Schmiede recusing himself because he owns property that meets the criteria, against the amendment, which would change the city’s zoning laws for houses of 1,200 square feet or less on lots of no more than 5,000 square feet.