A new report claims the Willams are overpopulated and needs to be torn down.
According to a recent article in The Huffington Post, the WillAMS art museum is overpopulating with visitors from all over the world.
“The WillAMS has grown so large that its become the hub of a massive online art community,” the article stated.
The Willams’ main attraction is a large art collection that attracts artists from all across the globe.
There are more than 50,000 pieces in the museum’s permanent collection, which is worth over $50 million.
Many of the artworks in the collection have been donated by the artist.
But the museum has grown exponentially over the past few years.
Last year, the museum hosted a major retrospective that sold out in minutes.
In 2017, the entire museum was closed due to safety concerns.
And last year, a major renovation project was proposed that would cost the museum $15 million.
But that project was scrapped because of budget cuts.
Art lovers in the area aren’t the only ones concerned.
Hundreds of local residents are also concerned with the health and safety of the WillAMP.
Some of the health concerns surrounding the WillAMP are that the health department’s air quality is “poor,” and that the water quality is deteriorating.
As of April 2018, more than 1,000 people had been diagnosed with respiratory infections related to exposure to the museum.
On top of that, a large number of residents are being admitted to hospitals for dehydration and respiratory issues.
More importantly, the health of the community is being compromised due to a lack of safe spaces and access to recreational opportunities.
At a time when health is a major concern, the Art Museum of Southern California has been forced to close.
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