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Preservation Points & AAPS Guides

A series of articles on preservation topics published in the Alameda Sun as PDF documents for download:

We are updating these articles — available soon.

Articles prepared by AAPS on preservation subjects, downloadable PDF:

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Allan Temko Speech

When the Alameda City Hall was seismically retrofitted and renovated in 1997, adequate footings were provided to allow the restoration of the clock tower that was originally on the building. A non-profit organization, ARTT, was formed to raise funds for the tower restoration, and they invited the renowned former architecture critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, Allan Temko, to give a speech at a fundraising dinner in 1999. Below is a link to the transcription. 

Allan Temko speech