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  • Peoples Bank moving process begins

    Preliminary work began this week on the complicated and delicate process of moving the 20th mid-century Peoples Bank on South Broadway to a new site on West High Street. The move is a culmination of months of efforts to save the building from demolition.

Preliminary work began this week on the complicated and delicate process of moving the 20th mid-century Peoples Bank on South Broadway to a new site on West High Street. The move is a culmination of months of efforts to save the building from demolition. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Preliminary work began this week on the complicated and delicate process of moving the 20th mid-century Peoples Bank on South Broadway to a new site on West High Street. The move is a culmination of months of efforts to save the building from demolition. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

It’s only a block, but moving Peoples Bank will take months

June 24, 2016 3:10 PM