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Revelstoke city council will get a look at detailed architects plans for the new Revelstoke visitor info centre and business complex at their Nov. 27 meeting. Alan Mason will present CEI Architecture’s plans for the new Victoria Road building. Part of the presentation includes placing an avalanche cannon in front of the building – although the city’s public art committee has panned the idea. - City of Revelstoke image
Revelstoke city council will get a look at detailed architects plans for the new Revelstoke visitor info centre and business complex at their Nov. 27 meeting. Alan Mason will present CEI Architecture’s plans for the new Victoria Road building. Part of the presentation includes placing an avalanche cannon in front of the building – although the city’s public art committee has panned the idea.
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Revelstoke city council will get a look at detailed architects plans for the new Revelstoke visitor info centre and business complex at their Nov. 27 meeting. Alan Mason will present CEI Architecture’s plans for the new Victoria Road building. Part of the presentation includes placing an avalanche cannon in front of the building – although the city’s public art committee has panned the idea.

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