Payson House denied landmark designation after contentious discussion

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Though some Berkeley residents argued that the William H. and Esther L. Payson House, located at 1951 Berryman St., holds historical and architectural significance, the Landmarks Preservation Commission denied an application to designate it as a landmark.

After contentious discussion among Berkeley residents, the Landmarks Preservation Commission denied landmark designation to the William H. and Esther L. Payson House during an online meeting Thursday.
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