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Historic theater

SANTA ANA, Calif. — An appeals court in California ruled against the owners of a historic theater that claimed the city of Salinas violated their due process rights in its enforcement of building and zoning codes, which required the plaintiffs to make expensive seismic retrofitting improvements and end a valuable lease with a church that used the theater for worship services.

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