Excelsior sees future in its past

  • Article by: KELLY SMITH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 16, 2012 - 11:39 PM

Lake Minnetonka town wants to revitalize while keeping its character.

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dtmonkeyboyNov. 16, 12 9:47 PM

Funny how when Minneapolis has regulations it is called liberalism gone wrong...but Minneapolis does get as heavy handed as "Paint colors have to fit an approved "historic" palette. And no neon or digital signs are allowed, "

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hjlazniNov. 17, 12 1:39 PM

They are making a mistake. Good architecture of all styles is ok. If the Guggenheim was on the site of the old car dealership it would be an incredible draw and celebrated. Bad architecture is bad, not matter what style. Someone has to be able to determine what is good architecture and dissallow bad architecture. I would be happy to volunteer.

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