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TRAIN STATION IS ON TRACK TO PRESERVATION
PANEL SEEKS TO SHIELD PRESIDENT STREET SITE FROM DEMOLITION, VAST CHANGES
The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Subjects: Museums; Industrial development; Fatalities; Community centers; Civil war; Architecture; Appointments & personnel changes; Renovation & restoration
Author: GUNTS, EDWARD
Date: Jan 14, 2008
Start Page: C.1
Section: TODAY
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[...] when members of Baltimore's preservation commission learned that Mayor Sheila Dixon plans to seek proposals from groups interested in redeveloping the city-owned property at 601 President St., they decided to take steps to protect the former train station from disappearing altogether.

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