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CONSERVANCY TARGETS PRESERVATION OF LANDMARKS AT PUBLIC FORUM, MAY 7

CONSERVANCY TARGETS PRESERVATION OF LANDMARKS AT PUBLIC FORUM, MAY 7
 The Los Angeles Conservancy discusses ways to safeguard, preserve and adapt downtown's historic landmarks to modern times at a public forum on the historic preservation aspects of the Downtown Strategic Plan. Historic film clips and popcorn will precede a presentation and panel discussion appearing on stage at a real-life historic landmark, the Orpheum Theater on Broadway near Eighth Street. The Downtown Strategic Plan is a community-based planning effort of the Advisory Committee and the Community Redevelopment Agency proposed to chart the future development of downtown Los Angeles through the next 20 years.
 WHEN: Thursday, May 7
 Film at 11 a.m.
 Panel from Noon to 2 p.m.
 PLACE: Orpheum Theater
 842 S. Broadway
 Downtown Los Angeles
 SPONSOR: Community Redevelopment Agency, 213-977-1724
 FEE: None
 CONTACT: Marc Littman or Gayle Anderson of CRA, 213-977-1951
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