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  • Why hasn't the Rogue Valley Manor ever changed color?

  • When the original Rogue Valley Manor on Barneburg Hill was built in 1961, it used state-of-the art technology.
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  • When the original Rogue Valley Manor on Barneburg Hill was built in 1961, it used state-of-the art technology.
    Long-lasting turquoise porcelain panels covered the outside of the 10-story, 200-apartment building, giving it a greenish hue and making it an instant landmark in Jackson County.
    "It's a classic, modern architectural style," said Kevin McLoughlin, executive administrator for the Manor.
    Because the panels are porcelain, the building has never been painted and won't need to be painted, he said.
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