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May 9, 2022

Integrity, not just for people

Filed under: Alameda — Lauren Do @ 6:09 am

So as the GSA wrote in their last letter to the SHPO

The National Register Bulletin is quite clear about the integrity assessment part, I also found this link to the Register Bulletin on evaluating integrity:

The 1996 Page and Turnbull nomination did just that, they evaluated the integrity within their narrative:

Even with as many words as was thrown in the application the Carmen Reid/AAPS nomination did not:

1996 application:

Carmen Reid/AAPS application:

1996 Page and Turnbull:

Carmen Reid/AAPS:

1996 Page and Turnbull:

2021 Page and Turnbull:

Carmen Reid/AAPS:

That none of this stood out to SHPO or AAPS when they were reviewing the document is shameful. I mean, Chris Buckley of AAPS has plenty of time to photoshop in huge Borg cubes on to Park Street frontages to demonstrate how out of place a grey rectangle with the words “New building” on it would look on Park Street but apparently not enough time to stop Carmen Reid from adding AAPS’s name on this error-riddled nomination.

3 Comments »

  1. That application is shameful and riddled with so many errors. How it got all the way up to a state hearing is bewildering, and really casts the SHPO staff in a poor light for their apparent lack of fact-checking. I hope AAPS makes an effort to publicly denounce this – for years they have been a respectable organization dedicated to preserving Alameda’s victorians, but the last few months they are allowing themselves to be hijacked by an individual who is tarnishing their integrity.

    Comment by Observer — May 9, 2022 @ 8:56 am

  2. They are vulgarian hacks.

    Comment by BC — May 9, 2022 @ 10:31 am

  3. Has the AAPS been hijacked by the same folks as the national GOP? šŸ˜‰ How sad…

    Comment by Jon Spangler — May 23, 2022 @ 9:40 am


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