Demolition begins on burned-out cotton mill
Demolition began Monday on remnants of a manufacturing plant in the River Arts District that was the site of a spectacular arson fire in 1995, as well as another suspicious fire April 2. "I hate to see this happen, but after the arson, it's pretty unstable," said Karen Cragnolin, executive director of the nonprofit RiverLink, which owns the ... (more)
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Since: Mar 13
#1 May 14, 2013
I think the city is starting to get the idea that the crap needs to go, finally.
Once we see the chimney go, and a Wal-Mart put out there, Capitalism will have truly won supreme, and we can safely walk the streets of River Arts during the night.
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