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House donated to library is demolished

October 18, 2012

(Photo by J Swygart)

    A crew from Luginbill Excavating made short work of the demolition of a residence on the northeast corner of Jefferson and Third streets in Decatur on Wednesday.
    As pedestrians gathered and motorists drove past to see, the former Richard Roudebush home was razed in anticipation of converting the site into a green space area to be used by the Adams Public Library System.    
    The property was purchased by First Merchants Bank and donated to the library. Library director Kelly Ehinger called the donation "a dream come true."

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