Here's the Tribune editorial board's take on the coal tipple: OUR VIEWS.
I think one option should be 'Restore it using volunteer work where possible'
I thought that we had learned our lessons and gotten our fill of destroying the past when we demolished our Carnegie Library, wonderful Post Office, and Court House. Amazing and shameful that this would see the light of day.
The post office was destroyed? And I just visited it last Saturday. Wow they move fast.
I think he is reffering to the Post Office / Federal Building. But I think you already knew that. http://ottawa.migenweb.net/towns...
I think that post office was torn down because it was not ADA compliant.
Point well taken...
The words "restore" and "limited budget" aren't necessarily compatible. How about,"restore within a set budget?" The Tribune's opinion on the coal tipple runs counter to a sense of community pride. Plus, the waterfront redesign could mean that the Grand Trunk train depot could dissapear as well.
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