Revitalizing Cornwall’s Justice Building property

January 25, 2016 at 10:47 am 1 comment

Justice BuildingA “nice to have” project was given token approval by city councillors which would see the courtyard and other areas of the Justice Building property, and beside city hall, receive a makeover.

EDA Consultants’ Patrick Li outlined various options for the planning advisory committee that included outdoor furniture, large light structures and even a permanent Christmas tree.

Read Revitalizing Cornwall’s Justice Building property by Greg Peerenboom at the Standard-Freeholder.


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  • 1. John Towndrow  |  January 26, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    Sadly, City Council has reversed their support for this project – based on Facebook responses to one councillor! Project like this need leadership. We all need to remember that our beautiful library as well as our aquatic centre, both faced strenuous opposition from the naysayers. It’s a good thing the leadership at the time saw how important these were for building a progressive city.



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