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BANFF, Alberta — A heritage cabin at the Banff recreation grounds will cost $235,000 to move and rehabilitate after it was omitted from the multi-million dollar redevelopment plans for the area.
The Rundle campground service building No. 2, which was built in 1924, will be moved from its location between the ball diamonds and skate park to a cleared area north of the existing bike skills park.
Town officials say the heritage cabin wasn’t taken into account during planning of the rec grounds redevelopment, noting that it will cost about $235,000 to relocate, refurbish and rehabilitate the building.
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