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Developer Danny Chedrawe & The Music Conservatory Talks Have Not Revolved Around Historic Building Sale

Jul 6, 2019 | Arts & Culture

By Andrew Macdonald

Will Webster, the chair of the Music Conservatory of The Performing Arts is not commenting on talks with developer Danny Chedrawe.

The Notebook understands there have been talks with the two – over the idea the Music Conservatory would take space in a future development that Chredrawe’s Westwood Developments plans for the former Acadian Lines

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