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— California's Office of Historic Preservation has just announced the recipients of the Governor's Historic Preservation Awards for 2007, and it happens that one of the winners is dear to the heart of the office's director, San Diego-based architect Milford Wayne Donaldson. The prize is for renovation of the Western Metal Supply Company building, part of the $450 million-plus Padres baseball stadium. "This combination of historic preservation and ballpark design is unique in California and highly unusual nationwide," reads the citation. Though the office's press release doesn't mention it, Donaldson was the project's architect.

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