Activists meet outside the adobe house they're trying to save
They met for a stand-up meeting under rainy skies at the peacock house, an 80-year-old adobe structure once used as a residence for rangers in Hart Park. The building has been fenced and unused for decades, and a new master plan for improvements in the county park proposes the building be razed to make room for concessions. Kern County Administrative Office staffers were there. So were members of the county’s Parks and Recreation Commission — and what they heard was a big HELL NO to the possibility that the structure might be demolished.
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