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05/12/2014 3:56 PM

05/12/2014 3:56 PM

Although I support historic buildings and I hate to see them demolished, I draw the line when I consider the horrible history of the Ellis Pecan building on North Main Street.

It was built as a KKK meeting place and we don’t need to perpetuate this memory except a brief mention in a history book.

We cannot hide from a sordid past, but the building needs to go.

The old post office should be saved as a historic building and I hope someone or many of us will come up with the money to save it.

It is a reminder of a better economic time in Fort Worth history.

— Marilyn Gabler, Fort Worth

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