Exchange Hotel staves off demolition ...

Exchange Hotel staves off demolition for the time being

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That is stupit

North Bay, Canada

#2 Apr 18, 2013
Johnson suggested with a 60-day window, Town staff could investigate moving the pre-Confederation portion a few doors down to an unopened road allowance at the end of Union St. There the Town could mothball the building until someone in the community steps forward to take on its restoration.
Infrastructure Services Director Chris Mills estimated that would cost at least $50,000 to do, prompting Councillor Bryan Lewis to demand,“Who is paying the bill
the smart and dumb

North Bay, Canada

#3 Apr 18, 2013
Voting for the 60-day reprieve were Johnson, Mayor Rick Bonnette, and Councillors Jane Fogal, Jon Hurst, Bob Inglis and Dave Kentner. Voting against were Lewis, and Councillors Mike O’Leary and Joan Robson. Councillor Ann Lawlor was absent and Councillor Clark Somerville was chairing the meeting.
Warren

Brampton, Canada

#4 Apr 18, 2013

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