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By David Martin
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Director seeks work on museum, tipple

 


The pillars and windows at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum will be the focus of some renovation work in the future.

The glaze used on the building’s windows was damaged as a result of the June hail storm, while ice melt is being blamed for the deterioration impacting the building’s pillars. According to Brie Blasi, executive director of the museum, said the pillars, as well as the stone tiles used for the museum’s steps, are made from a composite stone. Beneath the hardened exterior stone is mostly sandstone, which easily deteriorates when exposed to de-icing salts. However, c...



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