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Emily Koyama

It's clearly lost on everyone (including those concerned about parking) that a local museum can pony up 60 mil for a giant new complex, mostly from wealthy donors, I imagine, while we still have hundreds of homeless living in riverbeds and under overpasses, many of them veterans.

Anita McGinnis

Is there a plan for adequate parking?

Sloan Cunningham

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Barbara Harrelson

This article needs a correction: the O'Keeffe Museum does NOT own Ghost Ranch, the Education and Retreat Center in Abiquiu. What they own is O'Keeffe's home at the Ghost Ranch. The Educational Center is owned by the Presbyterian Church, USA.

Sloan Cunningham

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Stefanie Beninato

LOL The museum wants to draw locals but everyone one of its architects is from out of state. Too bad we lost historic buildings (little brick homes) for the current museum only to have this bldg ultimately abandoned. Let's hope it does not produce the controversy that the Vladim has.

Richard Forrest

Agree with Stephanie’s point and question why all the architects and exhibits designers are from NY or wherever but not NM. What’s that about?

Sloan Cunningham

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