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Should the PG Hotel be saved?

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Last year, the city of Prince George spent 2.5 million dollars purchasing the Prince George Hotel. For years, the downtown building has been viewed as an eyesore. The current plan is to demolish the hotel to make way for something new. But Kirk Gable thinks this plan is short-sighted. The Prince George businessman and volunteer is making his pitch to save the hotel to council next month. He joined Daybreak North host Carolina De Ryk to tell her why.

Below is a pdf file of the presentation Kirk Gable plans on giving to Prince George city council, sans his spoken comments.

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