Our heritage is what we value from the past and what we preserve for future generations. It reflects our collective history, defines the places where we live and work, and give communities their unique identity. Recognizing and protecting places that have heritage value is an important part of planning for the future.
By retaining heritage buildings, structures, and landscapes, we not only retain the character of our communities, we also contribute to their social, economic, and environmental sustainability.
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Upcoming Heritage Kincardine Meetings
Monday September 8, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the Walker House - Agenda