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Ashland Group gets 9 Months to Find Buyer for Historic Building

Updated: 08/29/2014 9:28 PM
Created: 08/29/2014 9:26 PM WDIO.com

A group opposed to knocking down a historic building in Ashland now has nine months to sell the structure.

Smart Growth Ashland says they met with the Chequamegon Food Co-op board on Thursday to discuss options for the 100-year-old Smith Building-

The co-op recently bought the Smith Building and another. They had planned to knock them down to make room for a parking lot.

The co-op demolished one building monday, but has agreed to give Smart Growth extra time to find a legitimate buyer for the Smith Building. 

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