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    Charlie Giguere’s newly renovated downtown Waterville building on Main Street in Waterville, seen in October 2014. The project was honored by Maine Preservation last week, one of 16 in the state recognized. Giguere has turned upper floors of his business, Silver Street Tavern, into offices and apartments.

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    Charlie Giguere offers a tour of the penthouse apartment on the third floor of his renovated 2 Silver St. building in October 2014.

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    Charlie Giguere stands outside his Silver Street Tavern and renovated apartment building in Waterville.

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    Mark Curtis of Guyon & Sons Painting coats trim on the porch of the former Hallowell Granite Works office building in Hallowell in 2013. The renovation of the building, owned by Jim Duncklee and Ken Knott, was honored by Maine Preservation last week, one of 16 in the state recognized.

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    State officials gather in September outside of the Campbell Barn in Augusta during a dedication ceremony for the renovated structure at the state complex on the east side of Augusta. The project was honored by Maine Preservation last week, one of 16 in the state recognized.

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    Walter E. Whitcomb, commissioner of the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, inspects the interior of the Campbell Barn in Augusta in September during a dedication ceremony for the renovated structure at the state complex on the east side of Augusta.

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    The Unity Food Hub on Main Street in Unity in September. The renovation of the former schoolhouse, which had been empty for decades, was honored by Maine Preservation last week, one of 16 in the state recognized.

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    Matt Tremblay, general manager of the Unity Food Hub, in the newly renovated building on Main Street in Unity in September.

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    Construction workers high on a lift above Cony Circle work on windows of the curved facade of former Cony High School flatiron building in Augusta in October 2014. The 1926 building was converted into senior citizens housing, a project honored by Maine Preservation last week.

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    The auditorium in the Cony Flatiron Senior Residence in July.

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    Gilbert Field cleans windows in June at the recently renovated former Cony High School on Cony Circle in Augusta.

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