Press Club

This month’s cartoon: This old house

“Yes, it is very old, and it’s recognized as one of the most historically insignificant homes in Arlington.”

This month’s cartoon by Mike Mount riffs on the local debate over historic preservation: what’s the dividing line between historic and just old?

With a state bill to make it easier for preservation advocates to prevent demolitions now dead for 2022, and the proverbial wrecking ball unlikely stop swinging, the debate seems likely to continue for some time.

See Mike’s weekly cartoons in our exclusive weekend email for ARLnow Press Club members.

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