The battle to preserve the house that Steve Jobs bought / Apple chief wants to tear down this 'abomination': "Peter Stent, a retired venture capitalist, is one among many residents disturbed by the implications of the debate, as well as future preservation restrictions, as a potential threat to property rights. 'The structure in question is neither virginal nor unique,' he said. 'Jackling may be well known in his day, but he's not the equivalent of Steve Jobs.'"

An interesting "property rights" debate! And, having Steve Jobs in the mix doesn't make it any less interesting.

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