Lakeside was hired by the Masons to fix the fire suppression unit and repair the damage caused by the rupture of the system on Aug. 6. The sidewalk in front of the building and the street were damaged by the flooding caused by the problems. After the fire suppression system is repaired, Lakeside will have to place new cement on the street to fix the damage there. The street is cement, not asphalt, he said. City Public Works Director Dave Peterson stressed that the cost of the project is being borne by the Masons, not city taxpayers since the rupture took place on Masons’ property. Masons have been working on selling the historic building for some time. Read More


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