Seven years after fire destroyed one Main Street building, the structure at 213/215 S. Main St. remains standing.
“It’s an eyesore,” Charlie Nigg said he frequently hears from customers. “They say it should have been taken care of a long time ago.”
Nigg owns Chase Jewelers, located across the street from the burned building.
“What I hear is that it needs to be torn down...” Nigg said. “They (people) are shocked to hear it’s been there seven years...”
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