By Matt Caulder
Published in News on June 28, 2013 1:46 PM
Work on razing the former Arts Council building at the corner of Spence Avenue and Ash Street started several weeks ago with asbestos removal, which is still ongoing. After that chore is finished, more visible signs of demolition will begin appearing, say city officials. After the building is destroyed and the site cleared, the city will be seeking offers on the property.
Asbestos signs hang on the plastic sheeting that covers the doorway into the old Arts Council Building while workers dressed in protective clothing clean out asbestos from the building.
Five weeks into the demolition of the former Arts Council of Wayne County building, asbestos abatement is continuing as planned. Goldsboro City Council awarded the $197,000 contract to A K Grading and Demolition to raze the structure. The company...
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