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Woodland honors five homes of historical significance

By From page A7 | August 15, 2013

Five homes of historical significance in Woodland will receive Heritage Home Awards at a ceremony at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, in the City Council Chambers at Woodland City Hall, 300 First St.

More than 100 such awards have been presented by the Woodland Historic Preservation Commission  since 1989.

The Heritage Home Award is given in recognition of a home’s aesthetic or its significant contribution to Woodland’s rich residential architectural heritage. The award recognizes homes that have been well cared for or historically restored. The award is honorary and imposes no requirements of any kind on either present or future property owners.

This year’s winners are:

* 922 Elm St., built in 1949, owned by Dorothy Leathers;
* 321 Bartlett Ave., built in 1962, owned by Dixiana Clark;
* 644 First St., built in 1907, owned by Pete and Kathy Cholewinski;
* 550 Walnut St., built in 1936, owned by Kurt and Kathy Tikalsky; and
* 411 Pendegast St., built in 1914, owned by Jason and Marlie Rose.
This year, the commission also will present a Preservation Award to the Diggs Building, 514-516 Main St., which was built from 1873 to 1890 and is owned by David and Vivian Matsuo. The Preservation Award is given to individuals, organizations or owners of architecturally significant buildings, other than single-family residences, that have been well maintained or rehabilitated.

Enterprise staff

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