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Some visitors to the resorts downtown shopping district got into the spirit with elaborate ensembles, including Phyllis Turner, of Ocean City, her rescued show dogs Francesca and Lolita, and her cousin, Jean Kling, of Sewell, who all dressed as scarecrows.

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Marchozzi had snatched up some Ocean City sweatshirts, Malason had gotten a 20 percent discount on Uggs and Wacker had purchased soap and jewelry. They were hitting the avenue for a second sweep, having stored what they had scored in the first 90 minutes of the four hour event. Pointing at her wrist, indicating time was short, Malason hustled her companions on their way, saying, Were on a mission: To shop.

Every year, it gets bigger and bigger with more people dressing up in their pajamas and shopping, said Debbie Guerriero, owner of five Ta Dah! locations in the 900 and 1000 blocks of Asbury Avenue. People are very festive today. The chill in the air has them thinking of Christmas and the holidays.

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Among her purchases were books she for use at school and a black satin purse with sequins she picked up for $3 at a thrift shop for her daughter, Laura, to use as an accessory at an upcoming University of Pittsburgh 1920s themed dance.

A five year veteran of Earlier Than the Bird, Mason said she knew the place to begin her journey was at Ocean City Coffee Co., where, armed with a free small coffee, she plotted her path using the cheat sheet that listed the participating stores and their promotions.

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EL PASO, TEXAS The City of El Paso chief architect is vocalizing the City commitment to preserving buildings downtown.

In Sunday El Paso Times, Laura Foster penned an open letter titled “Incentive and Enforcement: Part 2 in a series regarding the City commitment to El Paso History and Future.”

Foster called out those opposing hte Multipurpose Performing Arts and Entertainment Center, claiming no members of the opposition “risked investment in one real project in all of downtown.”

Foster told ABC 7 she wanted to make it clear that preserving buildings takes years of planning. “There has been a dominant voice that has diminished the local government role in what is nothing less than a preservation groundswell in downtown,” Foster said.

The architect said preserving downtown buildings is no simple task and that they like some credit for what they done. “I think that it is really important to understand how local government shepherds these projects and makes preservation less daunting,” Foster said.

In the past four years, the City invested $19 million to stimulate private investment of $113 million to fund renovations of downtown buildings, Foster said.

“It takes enormous partnership preservation just doesn happen on paper and Facebook,” Foster said. “It takes plans and plans exist years before a lot of these projects happen and a lot of the people cycle through; including architects, planners and finance people.”

Aside from incentives, the City uses property maintenance enforcement as a preservation strategy. “We work with owners to do incremental rehab rather than just tell them to shutter it,” Foster said.

The City goal is to work with property owners in an attempt to avoid demolition by neglect, and if the owners don comply, they could face the Building Standards Commission for a hearing, which could penalize owners who don comply.

One of the latest examples, the American Furniture Building, owned by William “Billy” Abraham. The commission assessed a civil penalty of $2.1 million, which it claims is the largest fine of such type in Texas history.

“We absolutely considered it as a preservation strategy to go after those cases,” Foster said. Abraham, who is appealing the penalty, did not return a call from ABC 7 in time for deadline.
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Housed in CI Martin V. Smith School of Business Economics, the B is a fundraising arm of the CI Foundation. Its membership includes community leaders, business executives and other professionals who collaborate with CI students, faculty and staff to promote technological excellence in the region.

Among the five students receiving scholarships during the presentation will be CI Biology major Jasmine Delijani, 22, who hopes to become a physician.

Delijani arrived at her passion for medicine by working with exotic animals at Moorpark College, and later training and caring for marine animals such as sea turtles, sharks and crocodiles at the Theater of the Sea in Islamorada, Florida.

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