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Posted: Saturday, February 8, 2014 6:00 pm

As this country grows older — Washington is observing its 175th birthday — many of our municipal governmental buildings show their age. Countless governmental entities are faced with old structures, and there is the question of what do we do with them.

Staring Washington officials in the face is what to do about the old city auditorium, which needs updating, and the cost is high. There are many repairs needed and the building isn’t as popular for use as it once was. New auditoriums in the city are more attractive for events.

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