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General Waterloo Region Heritage
#16
You are likely referring to Norman
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#17
Yes, probably Norman. There used to be one house on a corner lot at Westmount and Norman facing Westmount, and now there are (soon to be) two homes on the same lot facing Norman.
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#18
I seem to recall a huge 1950s (?) ranch style bungalow on that lot. It sat unsold for a very long time. (If I have the location correct)
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#19
484 and 474 Queen St S (next to Schneider Haus) have had a demolition fence up for at least a week.

According to Kitchener's active permit system the demolition permits were issued yesterday.
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#20
(04-21-2018, 11:31 AM)Pheidippides Wrote: 484 and 474 Queen St S (next to Schneider Haus) have had a demolition fence up for at least a week.

According to Kitchener's active permit system the demolition permits were issued yesterday.

The right to demo were given by Council back in fall 2017 I believe.
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#21
Wasn't sure where this fit. Utility box decorated with historical images of Uptown now in place along the new streetscape:
   
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#22
Is it just this single one? Or are there a number of them?
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#23
There is at least one other across the street. You can see it in the background on the middle-right.
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#24
The picket fence is now up for the Schneider Haus new garden.

   
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