"It turns out that what we have here is like a little teapot on a mantel.You walk past it for 30 years and you never really quite appreciate…you know it’s pretty, so you don’t put it in the garage sale. Then, you take it to one of those Antiques Road Show television shows and they say, "Do you realize that what you have here is of great value?" It gives you a whole new light, a whole new way of appreciating something. You go back and you look at the history of it and how it was made and, once you appreciate something like that, once you understand where it came from, then your esteem for it increases." Councilman Dan Chiles responding to the news that Park Central Square is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Read more...
Friday, May 23, 2008
Park Central Square Decision
Get Councilman Dan Chiles reaction to the news that Park Central Square is eligible for historic listing at Community Free Press - Midweek, here's a tease: