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12/9/02

Decision to Demolish Abernathy City Hall Stands

Despite one woman's last ditch effort, the demolition of Abernathy's city hall will go ahead as planned.

On Monday evening, Jana Grimsley presented her research to the Abernathy's city council. She says the documents prove black mold can be sterilized. However, Mayor Bob Burnett says building a new city hall is the cheaper and more health conscious way to go.

Grimsley says she hasn't given up yet, and hopes the West Texas Historical Association will help her find a law that could block the building's demolition.

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