Exterior siding was removed and interior walls were gutted Monday, and plans call for a new entrance and an exterior blend of architecture with exposed rock and dark trim. Up next will be construction of two handicap-accessible public bathrooms with separate entrances and also a drinking fountain.

City prepares former Casey's building for possible tenant; public bathrooms to be ready by spring

Work has begun on the former Casey’s building on East Main Street in Luverne to prepare the location for business and public use.

Exterior siding was removed and interior walls were gutted Monday, and plans call for a new entrance and an exterior blend of architecture with exposed rock and dark trim.

 


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