A local developer is planning to rebuild and restore the historic Ramsey Building on 101A Avenue.
The original building was lost to arson four year ago.
John Day, a retired lawyer, businessman and real estate developer, sees potential in the boarded up building.
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Peace River Town Council has adopted a Municipal Heritage Plan Policy that will allow local property owners to protect and preserve their heritage property.
The policy will allow the Town and Peace River Museum to work together to continue to preserve local history.
“It’s intentionally announcing to the community that the town is committed to preserving our heritage – our built heritage. That’s either in buildings, industrial, personal homes and/or landscapes,” Laura Gloor, museum director and curator, told the Record-Gazette by phone in reaction to the decision.
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CALGARY — There’s hope yet for fans of a vacant retro garage that it may see a second life after all.
While there are no formal takers vying for ownership of Eamon’s Bungalow Camp garage, a few emails received by the Calgary Heritage Authority show there could be some interest brewing.
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