Demolitions are paving the way for construction of the new Legislative Assembly building in downtown San José, and there now seems to be no turning back from a project that has generated waves of criticism from area architects and residents.
Legislative Assembly President Rafael Ortíz told The Tico Times Monday that all the bureaucratic and legal obstacles required to proceed with the building’s construction will be finalized within the next week. Recent approvals from the Culture Ministry, which ultimately halted architect Javier

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