Dont you hate it when people demolish old classic buildings? I live in a small town in Ontario Canada on Georgian Bay with a population of about 23 000. It is a tourist town and has a beautiful down town with lots of old classic buildings. Just where the downtown starts is an old school. It was built in 1925, has two storeys, and lots of beautiful brickwork. It was built as a high school, and was turned in to Elementary School in the 1950s when the high school moved to a new building. The Elementary School moved to a new building about a year and a half ago and the school board put it up for sale. A local developer bought it about a week ago and rumour has it that he wants to demolish it and develop the land. It is protected by a historical district, but the town can counsel give him permeation to demolish it if they want to. It would be a shame to see this building go. Most of the people in town went to school there, and it could be used for lots of things now and is not in bad shape at all. This makes me so mad!!! How could I help save this building, or is it a lost cause? Has this happened in your area?