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Rchilde (talk) 21:42, 30 January 2010 (UTC) With all due respect RadioFan, 100 Park Avenue Building is notable and significant because it was once the tallest original skyscraper in Oklahoma City. This may just be a 12 storey building to you but it is one of the last buildings of any significance in Oklahoma City. If other cities can have their buildings listed, why can't Oklahoma City? I would think, with you coming from Norfolk - that you would appreciate another mid-sized city taking an interest in it's infrastructure. ...
Please remove the 'proposed deletion' for this building. Also, I strongly suggest that you perhaps read through the posts before automatically suggesting deletion if you want to be editor and desire Wikipedia to have a wealth of content and information.
The article, as written, still does not appear to meet notability guidelines. Google Book and News searches on the title produced nothing of consequence. Only a single reference to a single book is listed but only as a bullet in the references section. Claims of notability really aren't substantiated with citations. Remember the burden of demonstrating notability and backing up claims in an article lies with the person adding the material to the article, not other editors.--RadioFan (talk) 13:46, 31 January 2010 (UTC)