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So much so, that the Copper Cliff Curling Club's board of directors is preparing to say goodbye, since they won't be able to afford operation costs this season.The downtown core was the city's original neighbourhood, which was filled with early settler log cabins, none of which currently exist.An urban renewal project in the 1960s under expropriations saw the historic downtown Borgia Street (1890) A parcel of this land adjacent to the city hall was later donated by the city to the Sudbury Theatre Centre.Adults are welcome to check out our vintage slide show and see how much the community has changed!This is a list of neighbourhoods in the urban core of Greater Sudbury, Ontario.Water rates have also increased by (per cent) the past (three) seasons. "With these increased hydro rates, our 2017-18 season is in jeopardy." The club, which is more than 100 years old and has more than 200 members, said it has made significant improvements to the curling floor and installed an energy-efficient ceiling in 2015.
"However, our hydro costs have continued to rise, despite our 30 per cent decrease in usage.
To pay for the roof, they decided to make investments that would lower their hydro rates.
"Our floor wasn't level, so we put a sand floor in," says Beitschat.
24471 Copper Cliff Ct is near Serrano Creek Park, Heritage Hill Historical Park and Lake Forest Park.
Nearby restaurants include SUBWAY® Restaurants, Kanji Sushi and El Pollo Loco.
This 924 square foot condo features 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.