Campus Times
December 8, 2000

photos by Denisse Villalba

(Top) Robert G. Gomez and his employees from Interstate Field Services, began tearing the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house down on Monday at 7 am. By Tuesday afternoon only the foundation remained. (Bottom) The SAE house on Garey Avenue in Pomona, was demolished this week due to foundation problems. It had been occupied by SAE since 1986. The property has been sold to Casa Colina Hospital for Rehabilitative Medicine.

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