Bye, Bye Byrdie 

The fate of the Jensen-Byrd building underlines the problem of having the University District run by an absentee landlord.

Who can quarrel with the idea of dorms and commercial activity in the University District? My quarrel goes to the unnecessary destruction of the historic Jensen-Byrd Building, coupled with the district’s plunge into privatization. And let’s not overlook all the misleading…

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