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Contributed photoGlenwood Springs Historic Preservation Commission recently presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Bob Oddo for his restoration efforts at the Oddo Engineering building, located at 713 Cooper Avenue.
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – Glenwood Springs Historic Preservation Commission recently began recognizing downtown property owners for their outstanding restoration of buildings located within the Glenwood Springs downtown commercial district.

On Oct. 11, the commission presented Certificates of Appreciation to Pete and Margie Crow for their restoration efforts at the Downtown Drug building, located at 825 Grand Avenue; Kurt and Carole Trede for their restoration efforts at the Treadz building, located at 732 Cooper; Bob Oddo for his restoration efforts at the Oddo Engineering building, located at 713 Cooper Avenue; and April and Steve Carver for their restoration efforts at the Hotel Denver, located at 402 7th Street.

The commission previously recognized Israel Shapira for his restoration of the former JC Penney building at 812 Grand Avenue.



Glenwood Springs Historic Preservation Commission is comprised of a group of local volunteers who recognize the importance of preserving the city’s history and historical character. The commission includes, Chairman Marice Doll, Alison Limoges, Allan Cunningham, Gerry Johnston, Kathy Thissen and Ron Carsten.

The Historic Preservation Commission will continue to recognize property owners for their restoration efforts. If you have a nomination for this award please contact Gretchen Ricehill at the City of Glenwood Springs (970) 384-6428.


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