OKC Historian Fights To Save Old Film Exchange BuildingBreaking News
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OKLAHOMA CITY -
The fight to save an historic building downtown is beginning to gain some steam.
The old Film Exchange building is set to be demolished, but a local historian is fighting to keep it. The plan is to make way for the new $130-million 70-acre central park planned downtown.
There's a couple of things that the MAPS planning committee is going to want for this building to have a future. It has to work within the scope of the original plan, and somebody has to pay for it to be renovated.
It's the beginning of what supporters believe could be a long fight to keep an historic piece of downtown Oklahoma City....
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