Save Weyerhaeuser campus!

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Susan Ward
3 weeks ago
This greenbelt is a treasure. In future years, our children and grandchildren will be grateful that it was saved.

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Oksana Lubko
1 month ago
Please save this campus for the public because it is the only place in Auburn that has such great history behind it.

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Sveta Rubashka
1 month ago
Hello I would love this Weyerhaeuser campus to be left with its original name and perhaps opened to public I allways drive by it, several times a week and would love it to be open maybe in its historic ways or make it used for offices.

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Sandra Alcott
Mar 19, 2021
It's the PNW most iconic building in every way. Beauty surrounds it, both inside and out. It would be a shame to see it become nothing more than an industrial warehouse.

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elizabeth weyerhAEUSER
Feb 28, 2021
Keep the history and beauty

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Rivka M
Feb 27, 2021
You rarely get buildings this memorable and this much a part of the community experience. I remember it so well from my time at Ft Lewis and Seattle, I came home and looked up what it was that I saw and learned a lot about the areas history.

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Tim Low
Feb 27, 2021
Forest is more valuable than warehouses forever, not just a few years.

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Richard Tucker
Feb 26, 2021
Preserving the beautiful and functional is how we build legacies.

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Shannon Roeder
Feb 26, 2021
This beautiful site needs to stay natural and not be torn down, the campus is natural.

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Zeah Lessley
Feb 26, 2021
I was in awe of this building from the first moment I saw it when I got a bit turned around looking for the bonsai museum. This is one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture I have personally been in and I was genuinely moved by it. I wish they would provide public access!