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San Francisco announces Coit Tower overhaul fund

latimes.com (2 years and 2 months ago)

May 26, 2012

San Francisco leaders announce creation of a $1.7-million fund to upgrade the iconic concrete tower built in 1933 and to repair its severely damaged famous frescoes.SAN FRANCISCO — Amid a vigorous citizen campaign to raise awareness about the decay of San Francisco's Coit Tower and its Depression-era murals, city officials have announced a comprehensive effort to overhaul the historic landmark. full story

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