Cynthia Milliken Taylor will be speaking on the historic aspects of the Cony Flatiron Building, which was rededicated on July 28, 2015, the restoration efforts and the adaptive re-use for senior living. Cynthia has an architectural degree from the Rhode Island School of Design and 30 years of experience in redeveloping old and new buildings for seniors in Maine and New Hampshire. With an interest in improving the lives of many older people and an eye for quality design she has developed over 3,500 apartments and completed the financing and renovations of numerous historic buildings including the Inn at City Hall and the Cony Flatiron, in Augusta. Taking a leadership role in creative financing, construction and community building, she has tried to benefit those who live within and those who value their neighborhoods and cities through economic development. Please join us at Cony Flatiron for an historic presentation on the old and the new Cony High School.
The Kennebec Historical Society September Public Presentation is free to the public (donations gladly accepted) and will take place on Wednesday, September 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cony Flatiron Senior Residence, located at 110 Cony Street, in Augusta. Please note this is our monthly program and is separate from the program that will be held September 28 at the KHS annual meeting.
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