Demolition underway at St. Martin’s Church

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The demolition of St. Martin’s Anglican Church is now a done deal as the North Peace Savings and Credit Union moves forward with plans for of a new three story administrative centre at the location.

Negotiations for purchase of a portion of the site, adjacent to the existing credit union building on 100th Street, began back in 2013 and the demolition followed the removal of hazardous materials.

The credit union has inherited responsibility for the graveyard on the former church site and CEO Mitchel Chilcott has stated it will enhance how the graves will be presented and maintained.

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The new administrative centre will provide services now being offered at both the cities credit union locations.

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