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South Dunedin – better not wreck it

DCC media releases

South Dunedin’s First Heritage Open Day (14 Feb 2011) On Saturday, 19 February, a number of South Dunedin heritage treasures will be open and on display for free guided tours.

Grant Available For King Edward Street Facades (14 Feb 2011) The Dunedin City Council has launched a one-off grant for South Dunedin building owners which aims to help to improve the overall look of King Edward Street

LET’S “CREATE” TRUE HERITAGE VALUE . . .

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D Scene is back fighting! . . . South Dunedin Library rumours

UNCONFIRMED: The Dunedin City Council has acquired Postshop and Pact buildings in King Edward Street

A superb centrally located site for the library!

### D Scene 19-1-11
Turning the page (cover story)
The much debated South Dunedin Library project has moved a step closer, with Dunedin City Council understood to have arranged a deal for two King Edward St properties. #bookmark

Library site pinpointed (page 3)
By Wilma McCorkindale
A site for a new South Dunedin library has been negotiated. The DCC is beliveved to have signed on the dotted line, unconfirmed reports say. The library will be constructed on the site of the current South Dunedin Postshop and the neighbouring former Salvation Army building. Both buildings are owned by the Pact Group, an organisation that supports people with intellectual difficulties or recovering from mental illness. Neither Dunedin City Council property manager Robert Clark nor Pact chief executive officer Louise Carr could be contacted for comment.

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