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Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Boyne City downtown seeks spot on National Register of Historic Places
Commissioners in Boyne City unanimously agreed to seek recognition for a portion of downtown to be listed as a district on the National Register of Historic Places. The general study area is South Lake Street to Main Street, Water Street from Lake Street to the Dilworth Hotel, the 100-block of South Park Street and a portion of Main Street between Lake and Park streets. If approved, the proposed district would be listed among the cultural resources across the nation that are most worthy of preservation. Full story from Petoskey News-Review.
Posted by Jim Baumann at 10:03 AM
Labels: boyne, boyne city, downtown, historic, history
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