A week after it refused to landmark a Richard Meier-designed house, the Palm Beach Landmarks Preservation Commission reviewed some points with the Town Commission. Landmarked properties don’t need to be 50 years old to get the designation, nor is the owner’s consent required. A formal declaration is under consideration to ward off future controversies.
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