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Tuesday, April 1, 2008

A Good Day for the Mullanphy Emigrant Home

I just received this note in my inbox from Karen Heet, Development Coordinator for the Old North St. Louis Restoration Group:

On your way home tonight, be sure to drive by the Mullanphy Emigrant Home where John Smith Masonry had a crew and a crane working to install CMU block on the south wall. They're almost to the third floor now!

This is great news. This winter's cycle was so erratic that masonry work was almost impossible to schedule. Since John Smith Masonry is donating their labor on the side from paid work, getting a good day for work has been difficult. This is in contrast to last winter, with the warm streak from November through January.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is great news and hopefully someday this building will be a thriving gateway between downtown and ONSL.

You should have put something negative in this post to get people to comment. Good news goes unnoticed.