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Magazine Recognizes Grass Valley’s Downtown

It’s a small accolade for a small city…

Listen to Robin Galvan-Davies

Grass Valley Visitors Center Executive Director Robin Galvan-Davies, making the presentation to the City Council last week. The mention is in the magazine’s annual Best of the West Issue. Local artist and Grass Valley Vice-Mayor Howard Levine says the city deserves the recognition, and that building owners and the Historic Commission have done a nice job…

Listen to Howard Levine

In the Best of the West issue, readers are asked to pick their favorites in several categories, while the editors of the magazine chime in with their own picks. It was the editors who liked Grass Valley for Best Architecturally Preserved Western Town. The readers picked Deadwood, South Dakota. According to their website, True West magazine was founded in 1953, and has 200-thousand readers in over a dozen countries.

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