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Mayor Jeff Cantwell said he views the online ad as "shameless." He also stated that no building permit has been applied for to add three bedrooms to the basement.

Meanwhile, various developers are already in the process of adding another 124 units of rental housing.

Wolfville is my home town, too. Yes, it's a university town, and good students are a desirable part of what makes Wolfville happen But it's terrible to see once quiet, beautiful, residential streets overrun by rowdy, irresponsible, and self centered transients. I'm not referring to the majority of excellent student/citizens who enhance community life, but the party animals who deface and destroy property, litter the streets, and spew their drunken venom into the atmosphere. That sort of behavior needs to be cordoned off on campus, with the university taking responsibility for the policing, and it should be heavily sanctioned anywhere else. If the new owner of the former Colville residence ensures that it remains beautiful, well kept, and occupied by good student/citizens, then all will be well and good. But the fact is that most of these properties are not well managed, deteriorate quickly and ultimately become slum housing. Shame of the Town of Wolfville for allowing that kind of "development" and not planning adequately to avoid the destruction of beautiful streets and quiet community oriented neighbourhoods.

The house, which was lived in by renowned Canadian painter Alex Colville for about 25 years, became a municipally designated heritage property in 1987.

Long established rental property owner/manager John MacKay thinks the move away from a single family home is devastating for such an important piece of architecture in Wolfville

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home as it is."

He added that his real estate agent suggested the student suites wording and said no kitchen is envisioned for the basement.

He also said June 13 that the sign on the former Colville lawn is in violation of Wolfville's signage bylaw.

Wolfville is my home town, too. Yes, it's a university town, and good students are a desirable part of what makes Wolfville happen But it's terrible to see once quiet, beautiful, residential streets overrun by rowdy, irresponsible, and self centered transients. I'm not referring to the majority of excellent student/citizens who enhance community life, but the party animals who deface and destroy property, litter the streets, and spew their drunken venom into the atmosphere. That sort of behavior needs to be cordoned off on campus, with the university taking responsibility for the policing, and it should be heavily sanctioned anywhere else. If the new owner of the former Colville residence ensures that it remains beautiful, well kept, and occupied by good student/citizens, then all will be well and good. But the fact is that most of these properties are not well managed, deteriorate quickly and ultimately become slum housing. Shame of the Town of Wolfville for allowing that kind of "development" and not planning adequately to avoid the destruction of beautiful streets and quiet community oriented neighbourhoods.

"It's too large," he said, adding that there already seems to be an over supply of student housing in the community.

Wright's granddaughter, Daphne Frazee, who wrote a book about his built heritage, said June 12 that "the best case scenario would have been a family moving in who'd care for it as much as we did."

Another resident of the same neighbourhood, Shirley Skinner, termed the sign offensive and called it "an assault on the image of our town."

Reached last week, Penney said he knew that Wolfville is popular with students, so he thought he could offset the cost of the mortgage by renting rooms.

"I don't want to cause any problems," Penney said, adding that the only contact he'd had from Wolfville was an email message from Wolfville building inspector Kevin White.

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Our neighborhood started out as residential then was allowed to be turned into student housing. I have nothing against students as neighbors if they are respectful of the rights of others. It is when they vandalize cars, throw garbage around and make so much noise that you can't get to sleep at night that the problems begin. The long term negative impact takes a big toll on family life.

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Brian Rawding, in his 1995 book on Wolfville archtitecture, spoke of Wright the contractor and said, "This house is a shining example to his craft."

an "outrage" and said the "horrific sign challenges what we value in Wolfville."

Now, after being for sale for about two years, it has a new owner, Craig Penney, and a real estate sign outside is advertising that it will house student suites.

I can't believe people are getting all up in a twist about this man wanting to find a way to help pay for what I expect, is a considerable mortgage. I am a mature student, and am outraged that Giuseppe Zanotti Black And White Sneakers

"It was not my intention to make bad neighbours," Penney said. "It's a beautiful Giuseppe Zanotti Mens Red

Wolfville resident Robbie Harrison called the prospect of student housing in the Wright house Giuseppe Zanotti Crystal Shoes

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Referring to the nearby DeWolfe house on Main Street and Westwood Avenue, which was turned into student housing, Main Street heritage property owner, Martin Fleckenstein, said the Wright house deserves better protection as one of the town's iconic residences.

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Wolfville neighbours angered

Penney says he hopes to eventually live in the house, but must sell his own home in the Beaverbank area first.

Part of the sign advertising student suites appeared to have been Giuseppe Zanotti Cooper taken down overnight June 15.

the town thinks a few students would make a disgrace out of this beautiful home. Mr. Penney's add is geared toward mature, female, studious students. Not 18 year olds who are looking to have the University experience. I believe in the best in people, and the ones who end up living in that house, will be students who appreciate it's heritage and it's beauty. Give us young 20 somethings a break. We are not all filthy, "rowdy, and self centered transients" as one commentator put it. The new owner is planning on living there eventually, but hell, he needs some money and needs to sell his other home. Give him a break too, get off your high horse and look at things from another perspective. I get where you might be coming from, but you're being judgemental. Not many family's these days can exactly afford to move into such a grand, expensive home.

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