By Katherine Long

The city is appealing a decision by a Superior Court judge that the University of Washington doesn’t have to follow the city’s landmarks preservation law.

The city of Seattle is appealing a decision by a King County Superior Court judge over whether the city’s landmarks preservation law applies to the university.

The lawsuit revolved around the fate of More Hall Annex, a small building on the Seattle campus that once housed a nuclear reactor. The university wants to demolish the building to make way for a new computer science center building, but preservationists say the building has historical significance and is protected by the city’s landmark preservation 

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