East End Buildings Coming Down

July 10, 2013

in News

Crews work to take down one of three buildings on the property owned by Bill Alsup. (Rick Russell Photo) Crews work to take down one of three buildings on the property owned by Bill Alsup. (Rick Russell Photo)

Staff Report

Three buildings in Woodstock’s East End owned by William Alsup are being torn down this week.

The buildings were approved for demolition in December. Allen Santor, a project supervisor from H&M Construction, said the remaining buildings,owned by Alsup, will be restored and turned into a coffee house and a coffee manufacturing facility.

H&M Construction will be at the Alsup Property until Monday.

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