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Byline: Tim Archuleta TRIBUNE REPORTER
The Hispanic Cultural Center Board today changed its plans for hiring a replacement architect for the controversial Hispanic Cultural Center project.
Board members decided to ask the state's Department of Finance and Administration to let them hire a young architect who worked with the center's original architect, Antoine Predock.
If approved, Pedro Marquez would take over the project under a special "sole-source contract," Ron Vigil, the center director, said.
"(State procurement officials) felt by doing that we could cut down on the time of the procurement, keep the continuity of the design and it …