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Urbanist and Heritage Developer Paul Oberman Killed In Plane Crash

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Scrivener Square, Toronto: Adaptive reuse of train station as flagship liquor store Toronto real estate developer Paul Oberman, who is responsible for some of the best historic renovations and adaptive reuse of buildings in the country, was killed last night in an airplane crash in Maine, while flying from Halifax to Quebec City. According to a spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety, The pilot had radioed between in mid-afternoon that the plane was experiencing icing as it flew through the snowstorm and he was searching for an airstrip, McCausland told Reuters. The aircraft's emergency transponder was set off some time later by the crash in the remote northwestern Maine woods, he said. ... Read the full story on TreeHugger






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