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Students to create master plan for Penetanguishene

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Feb 2nd, 2013
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Midland Free Press January 29, 2013 
University of Guelph professor Stefan Bolliger brought 45 landscape architecture students to Penetanguishene Monday and Tuesday to tour the downtown, St. Anne’s Roman Catholic Church, the waterfront and Rotary Park. Bolliger has been a landscape architect for 40 years and has worked on projects in Penetanguishene in the past, including a splash pad plan.
He has developed a plan with local historian David Dupuis on a heritage park for the 2015 Samuel de Champlain celebration. “(Dupuis) called me up and I thought it would be a really good idea to expand the scope… (and) get all of these students involved to really help the Town of Penetanguishene. We will try to put all this together into one big student project and come up with a master plan for the whole area,” he said.

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