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Demolition begins on bus station

October 22, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader.com

In three months time, expect to see a freshly constructed District 5 voting precinct in place of the decrepit building on Brame Avenue.
The aforementioned building that occupies the soon-to-be-renovated space has long since lost its aesthetic value since abandonment, but certainly once served a purpose. On one side rests the remnants of the old Trailway Bus Station; on the other side an old convenience store.
In its current condition, the building has, essentially, become little more than an eyesore to passers-by.
However, it’s soon to meet the underside of the excavator currently working its magic on the seemingly barren plot of land.

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