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Marilyn Monroe’s house saved from demolition in Los Angeles

Marilyn Monroe’s house saved from demolition in Los Angeles

Marilyn Monroe’s former home was temporarily saved from demolition.

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On September 8, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a motion to save the late star’s last estate and recognize it as a cultural historic landmark. Tracy Park, Councilor of the ElevenH The district where the home is located, in the Brentwood neighborhood, has filed an emergency application. She said the house was sold in July and that the new owners recently applied to demolish it.

During a press conference he attended Delivery time “Unfortunately, the Department of Buildings and Safety issued a demolition permit in front of my team, and I can fully intervene and solve this problem,” she said on Friday.

Following the board’s decision, the Building and Safety Department issued an official notice to “stop construction,” along with a “Notice of Intent to Cancel” the demolition permit.

The notice claims that the property will not be “demolished, substantially altered or removed”. city ​​Council.”

Tracy Park added, “To people all over the world, Marilyn Monroe was more than just a movie icon.” Her story, from her difficult childhood in orphanages and foster homes to her becoming a global sensation, is a shining example of what it means to overcome adversity.

actress Some like it hot He lived on the property in the last months of his life. She was found dead there after an overdose of barbiturates in 1962. Marilyn Monroe was 36 years old.