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Trutch Street homeowners granted heritage designation

Council approved a modification to a 1912 house at 523 Trutch St. that will see the home converted into four rental units.

While council approved a heritage alteration permit to build an addition in the backyard and restore some exterior wood siding and windows, it also granted heritage designation to the Edwardian building.

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