I know there are some CASLLers who would support the preservation of this
historic site..so am passing this on...
From: Peter Dickinson [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, July 16, 2004 1:40 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Fwd: Save the Coach House: A Petition
For those with an interest in preserving the history of CanLit. It only
takes a minute to sign...
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>Subject: Save the Coach House: A Petition
>Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 11:26:35 -0700
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>As many of you know, Coach House has been fighting to save its home. Our
>landlord, Campus Co-op Residence Inc., plans to expand its own property,
>and this development directly threatens the buildings that Coach House has
>occupied for forty years.
>However, we have just received word that we're on the list for
>recommendation for historical designation. They'll vote on it at city
>council next week. Now, this is only the first stage. After city
>designation (which is certainly not guaranteed), we need provincial
>designation, and then we need to work with Co-op to make things work well
>for both of us. This is a great start, but we still need your support!
>So we're asking you to please sign our petition, and to pass it along to
>anyone else you think might like to help. Check it out at:
>For more information, check our website, www.chbooks.com/savech.
>We also invite you to join us for an open house on Thursday, July 29,
>between 3 and 8 p.m. There will burgers, beer and, of course, books. As
>well as guided tours for new visitors and, at 5:30, some rabble-rousing.
>Questions? Comments? Email [log in to unmask]
>Thanks so much for your support!
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