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Preservation Fight

"The safest thing for the murals is to not let anyone see or touch them ever again, but that's not going to happen," said Arts Commission spokeswoman Kate Patterson about the Depression-era murals inside Coit Tower. There's been progress on a renovation project for the tower that involves resorting the murals, but the Protect Coit Tower group thinks more change needs to happen outside of the planned restoration. "Most people don't understand the art, they don't realize it's like a museum," said Protect Coit Tower Chairman Jon Golinger. [SF Examiner]