SAN DIEGO -- A social media push is underway, asking AT&T to make improvement to a building in San Diego’s Hillcrest neighborhood that has been called an eyesore for decades.
"We do not begrudge them doing business in our community at all, we're just asking them for a little help in beautifying the neighborhood," said Cecelia Moreno with the Hillcrest Business Association Thursday.
The massive 236,000 square foot building, which takes up an entire city block -- between University, Robinson 6th and 7th avenues -- is one of AT&T’s largest southern California switching facilities.
"We know that AT&T has the resources to make this building more a part of the Hillcrest community," Moreno said.
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