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Plans to turn St. Augustine’s tallest building into a hotel could be moved to an Aug. 17 review by the city’s Historic Architectural Review Board. 

Hotelier Kanti Patel’s plans for 24 Cathedral Place, which faces the Plaza de la Constitucion, went to the board in June for an opinion of appropriateness. A positive vote would give preliminary support to a project’s design. 

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The board delayed the decision in June and asked for the team to return with more information and some changes to the plans at this Thursday’s meeting, which begins at 1 p.m. But Patel’s team has asked for a continuance to the Aug. 17 meeting.  

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