Moving to cost nearly $900,000
Historical Society requests county help to move from Masonic Lodge to Herman building
Lori Ehde file photo
The Rock County Historical Society currently owns the Masonic Temple building on North Freeman avenue. The Masons still occupy top floor and the museum displays occupy the rest. Handicap-accessibility has been the main problem with this building, so the Herman Motors building — which is all one level with ample parking — will address that issue.
The Rock County Historical Society’s planned move from the old Masonic Lodge building on North Freeman Avenue to the Herman Motor Building on East Main Street will cost an estimated … More »
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