KYOTO — The municipal government here has agreed to consider local concerns about a modern building planned for a site in a traditional neighborhood in northeast Kyoto that sits directly on top of a fault line.

A group of residents led by Keizo Hoshino met with Kyoto city officials Monday to try to stop construction of a block of apartments on the former site of Tateishi Villa.

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