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Black Bridge Cultural Heritage Landscape Update

by Mike Robinson.

While the area surrounding Black Bridge may consider itself one community, residents there live on the dividing line of Cambridge and Puslinch Township, and the line dividing Waterloo Region and Wellington County.

On June 13 Tamara and Tom Hetherington, of 537 River Rd. in Cambridge, provided Puslinch council with an update of the City of Cambridge’s Black Bridge cultural heritage landscape official plan amendment.

Tom chairs the Black Bridge Community Association, which represents 58 homes in the area (Cambridge and Puslinch). Sixteen of the homes are on the Puslinch side and the remainder are in Cambridge, he explained.

“We just wanted to provide an update of how it is progressing.”

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