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Monthly Archives: December 2011
I was sent a link to this by Heritage Planner Julie Schueck of the City Of New Westminster.
It is pretty low-budget, but it is a great portrayal of the ongoing debate between the general construction world and the heritage world. The medium is good , as it also reflects the budget that we have for advertising!
I guess I missed a milestone along the way (who needs 1,000, anyway?), but I am pleased to report that Housewright Building & Restoration has exceeded 1,500 views as of December 15th. I am glad that people keep coming to see the site, and especially when the trackers show exploring the different articles and links.
Please keep coming and I will keep adding! I welcome any suggestion for content or articles, as well.
(As I hit publish I wordpress congraduated me for my 30th post. A fitting double milestone, though I’m not sure if I should have published more over this time period.)
Reading an article on Winnipeg’s downtown development plan folowing the return of the Jets (admittedly on TSN) has me wondering where heritage revitalization sits here. I remember some work was done, but, unless my memory failing the expected result weren’t there.
For the article click WINNIPEG’S DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT GETS KICKSTART WITH NHL’S RETURN.
Out of curiosity, I am going to poke around and see if I can scare up anything. If any readers have any comments of info…