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Architects hired to remodel Mitt Romney's La Jolla Shores home are giving the public additional time to review the presidential candidate's mansion expansion.

The project calls for demolishing Romey's existing $12 million, single-story 3,009 square-foot home to make room for a two-story, 11,062 square-foot mansion. Plans for Romney's rebuild include a 3,668 square-foot basement and a 692 square-foot garage.

Initially, the last day for the public to have a chance to comment on the project was Friday, September 9. However, that changed when Camila von Bommel from La Jolla-based architectural firm, Island Architects, filed an extension on September 7, which added three additional weeks. The deadline for public comments is now September 27.

(image from Mitt Romney's website)

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SurfPuppy619 Sept. 8, 2011 @ 2:33 p.m.

Romney is brain dead and will never be elected president when he pulls boneheaded moves like this one.

Mark my words, he will not be moninated.

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paul Sept. 9, 2011 @ 8:21 a.m.

I don't disagree that he won't be president, but what is it about his architect filing an extension that extends the deadline for public comment by 3 weeks that demonstrates a boneheaded decision by Romney that shows he is braindead?

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Duhbya Sept. 9, 2011 @ 1:24 p.m.

For me, the boneheadedness stems from proposing a "3,668 square-foot basement" in LA JOLLA!!!! Apparently Mitt (who names their kid Mitt??) is homesick for Michigan or Massachusetts?

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BlueSouthPark March 27, 2012 @ 10:21 a.m.

Wow! The Reader story by Matt Potter is cited in Politico's March 27 story on Romney's renovation project: link text

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