For the Record: May 29, 2013

An A1 story that published on May 29 titled “Historical group wants building preserved” stated that a building’s owner must make a request and give approval for the structure to be listed on the Glendale Register of Historic Resources. Actually, an amendment was passed last fall that allows the City Council, on rare occasions, to nominate and approve a building’s historic designation — both actions requiring approval by four out of the five council members — without the property owner’s consent.

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