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Marilyn Monroe’s Brentwood Home Sparks Preservation Debate in California

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Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood Home Sparks Preservation Debate in California

In Brentwood, California, the iconic home where Marilyn Monroe passed away over 60 years ago has become the center of a heated preservation debate, pitting city leaders against concerned neighbors.

L.A. City Councilwoman Traci Park has spearheaded efforts to designate the property as a historic landmark, filing paperwork aimed at preventing its potential demolition. This move is seen as a way to preserve the cultural and historical significance of the residence where the legendary actress lived her final days.

The home where Marilyn Monroe died is causing disputes between city leaders and neighbors in Brentwood, Califonria. Lucinda Kay. . .

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