Town honours 5 houses with heritage awards


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5 local initiatives have received Heritage Recognition Awards from the Metropolis of Windsor.

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Town council customarily acknowledges excellence in long-time heritage stewardship and latest effectively-completed conservation perform via the presentation of the annual Constructed Heritage Awards. It also provides heritage designation plaques to newly specified heritage properties.

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The recipients involve 1008 Drouillard Rd., the Teron Building at 1785 Walker Rd., the William T. Wesgate House at 225 Giles Blvd. W., the Hiram Walker Bridge (Peche Island) Restoration, and Mackenzie Corridor Masonry Restoration Project at 3277 Sandwich St.

In addition, the Niels C. Ortved Property at 766 Devonshire Rd. acquired a heritage designation plaque.

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The team at McDonald & Co., pose for a photo with ward 5 Coun. Ed Sleiman, after being given a 2022 Built Heritage Award for the work they did at 1008 Drouillard Rd., where the City Cyclery is located, on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022.
The group at McDonald & Co., pose for a image with ward 5 Coun. Ed Sleiman, just after becoming specified a 2022 Built Heritage Award for the perform they did at 1008 Drouillard Rd., where by the Metropolis Cyclery is positioned, on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022. Picture by Dax Melmer /Windsor Star



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