HELP Save the Deauville Hotel!

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Donna O'Neil
3 weeks ago
This historic stage and Hotel where the Beatles
performed in 1964 should be preserved.

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Michael Frontani
Oct 11, 2020
Historic relevance

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Tom Craig
Sep 11, 2020
The Deauville is historic in many ways. The owners should have been held to higher standards not letting get in this situation.

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Srin Iyer
Sep 10, 2020
Because I live north beach and love this area. It’s unfortunate to see a once glorious hotel fall from grace. Something needs to be done to revitalize the structure and the area.

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Kaitlin Martin
Sep 10, 2020
It is a historic hotel with a beautiful pool and the art fairs there were great and the theater should also be restored. Also the fact that the Deauville is not a working hotel, the neighborhood has suffered.

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Alina Hernandez
Sep 9, 2020
Because no matter what is happening with financial this historical hotel should not be teared down

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alonso menendez
Sep 8, 2020
Once we erase our past, then we are just like every place else and that would be very sad. The art deco style that was once so much a part of the stylish and distinctive nature that makes Miami Beach so recognizable. Do not allow that to disappear. Please do not allow Miami Beach to be just like every place else.

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Floranelle (Flo) Bird
Sep 7, 2020
Shameful neglect is not an excuse for demolition. This fine building should be restored an if necessary recycled even if not as an hotel.

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Kate Swain
Sep 7, 2020
Miami Beach played an important role in my family. My uncle worked here at the Deuville, my mom worked at the Treymore before she was married and then was asked to come back to help with their accounting years later. My cousin, when he was in high school, would take the jitney from Miami for a quarter and was the pool boy at the Treymore. He swam in the ocean and pulled up sand dollars which he then bleached and sold to the tourists. Miami Beach has always been a gem, even when the older residents/visitors rocked on the porches and watched all the tourists. We've changed the beach itself, we've changed so much. The allure is still there. These grand dames, once larger but now dwarfed, teased a different generation- they were elegant, they were style. The sun, fun, water, music still brings another generation, and will continue long after we are gone. Our responsibility is to protect, share, and teach the history of this island. Teach the history of a generation through music-it wasn't just the Beatles who brought people. They came because they'd heard so much about MB. I believe Kennedy also snuck through the kitchen at the Deuvilleduring one of his visits!

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irene birch
Sep 7, 2020
Save the hotel and its history.