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This week as described in the IVLV newsletter the famous Moulin Rouge Casino received a demolition permit to remove the 1955 historical landmark. The Moulin Rouge was the first integrated hotel / casino in Las Vegas. This week’s Reader Poll question asks, do you think any portion of a historical landmark should remain or is it ok to demolish all old properties to make way for new? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!  (see other opinions below)

PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the exact words of our readers
and may not be full sentences, correct grammar or correct spelling.

Reader Poll Replies:

I like new and shinny, so I have no problem with tearing down a 50+ year old building. Wayne S.  Texas

Sure it is good to have historical buildings, but if it does not fit the new design or the current neighborhood then it must go.   Denise Sawyer

AT the very least the sign should go to the noen museum. Greg Plagmann  Palm Bay, FL

out with the old and in with the new,  I like new items rather than old so it is ok with me.  David G.  Miami FL

Even though it is a landmark of history does not mean you should restrict a new design, there is always other places to remember history, like museums.....   Bonnie Tolliver

Let old things die and make room for new shinny buildings.  History is great, but modern conveniences and modern looks is much better.  D. Wallace.  NJ.

Keeping some of historical items of vegas is good, but those items need to be in a museum not in the way of progress.  Shirley Davenport  NY

Forcing a new owner to build around a historical part of a building is very costly and you will loose many projects because of the additional cost and nuseance. It is better to allow the new projects take the direction of the city rather than holding onto the past.  Vickie T.  Boston MA

Tear it all down.  Build a modern green building and remember the pictures of old buildings that were not efficient.  Rob Tampa FL





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