ONLINE RESOURCE GUIDES RESIDENTS OF HERITAGE PROPERTIES

Contributed by Jamie Bechard
The Cabbagetown Heritage Conservation District Committee unveils its new preservation tools for property owners and developers of heritage buildings. The revamped website, www.cabbagetownhcd.ca, now offers a robust set of resources to assist in the conservation of Cabbagetown’s architectural depth, richness and sense of time and place.

 
“The new website is a dynamic and exciting place to explore and represents countless hours of volunteer time by our committee members.”, shares Jamie Bechard, Vice-Chair, Cabbagetown Heritage Conservation District Committee. “This website could not have been possible without our sponsor – Beckard Associates, who graciously extended the services of their senior web developer to design and develop this new site. We invite residents of Cabbagetown to visit us at our Cabbagetown Festival booth in the park this September 9 – 11 to uncover their property’s unique heritage.”
Learn More at:  www.cabbagetownHCD.ca

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