Boyne City Receives Governors Award for the 1910 Water Works Building


The State Historic Preservation Office initiated the award program in 2003 to recognize outstanding historic preservation achievements reflecting a commitment to the preservation of Michigan’s unique character and the many cultural resources that document Michigan’s past.

“The people and organizations we are recognizing this year have invested money, time, talent, and hard work to make their projects a reality and to preserve these important historic places,” said Heidel. “Each recipient has had a positive impact on Michigan.”

“We see the results daily of how historic preservation transforms communities,” stated State Historic Preservation Officer Brian Conway. “The Governor’s Awards for Historic Preservation give us an opportunity to recognize some of the people behind the projects that are making a difference to Michigan.”

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