THE TRIBUNE/JESSICA ST JAMES Bricks are scattered around Memorial Hall as crews have begun the demolition of the old building.
THE TRIBUNE/JESSICA ST JAMES
Bricks are scattered around Memorial Hall as crews have begun the demolition of the old building.

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Memorial Hall demo progressing

Published 10:39am Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Demolition of the 120-year-old Memorial Hall continues as employees from Southern Ohio Salvage have begun removing exterior bricks and debris from the building’s interior.

The $128,000 project is expected to last five weeks. Upon completion the building — a former monument to the Grand Army of the Republic and city government building will ultimately become a veterans memorial park.

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