Fire prompts El Paso to consider building code upgrades

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El Paso, Texas city officials called for building code upgrades after a historic 130-year-old downtown building burned to the ground.

May 10, 2012

El Paso, Texas city officials called for building code upgrades after a historic 130-year-old downtown building burned to the ground. One action may be the establishment of an adaptive re-use standard that would allow building owners to bring their properties up to code in stages.

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