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RE: Buildings separation

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San Francisco has a code amendment allowing retrofitting of existing
buildings with no gap or building separation. 

Check with your project's local jurisdiction for such amendments or allowed
variances. 

Tying them together seems like a good idea. Especially, if they are on the
same property.

David B. Merrick. SE
Merrickgroup(--nospam--at)compuserve.com

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