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Historic Signage

So the 72 year-old restaurant Armando's is returning to its original space on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights, but its signage may not be. The restaurant's infamous neon sign is no longer protected by the Landmarks Commission. As one can imagine, blogger Lost City is not happy: "...today...comes the final piece of evidence that the Landmarks Preservation Commission is run by dunderheaded idiots who wouldn't know a landmark if they lived on the top floor of the Tower of Pisa." [BP; LC]

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