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Jobs Gets The Okay to Tear Down Jackling Mansion

Jobs Gets The Okay to Tear Down Jackling Mansion

Posted May 13, 2009 at 2:38pm by iClarified · 5520 views
Steve Jobs has received the okay from the Woodside City Council to tear down his historic Jackling Mansion, according to SFGate.com.

The City Council voted 6-1 in favor of issuing a demolition permit to Jobs, partly because of the size of the house (17,300 square-feet); also because the city generally prefers smaller houses on larger lots, according to the Palo Alto Daily News. The only person who voted against the demolition was Mayor Peter Mason, who happens to be an architect who has done historic preservation work.

"It's an unfortunate thing that Mr. Jobs doesn't like the house," Mason reportedly said at the meeting. "It's really sad that we're going to continue to tear down historic resources in this town because they're old."

The house was built by California architect George Washington Smith in 1926 for mining magnate Daniel C. Jackling.

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nick-p
nick-p - May 15, 2009 at 3:51am
This is why America will never have any form of history whatsoever... Its not that old to begin with, and any attempt to demolish part of history is accepted by the majority of people who are clueless as to how history is built and preserved...
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