At least six people sat in on the August 19 meeting of the Centralia Board of Aldermen and heard what many would consider a notable
moment in the city government’s history.
The aldermen voted to accept a bid to demolish, among others, the Narragansett Building, located at 110 E Railroad Street.
City Administrator Heather Russell and Centralia mayor Chris Cox said they recommended JT Homan General Construction and Excavating of Macon, as their choice to demolish the Narragansett and Stowers buildings.
Additionally they appointed Patrick McGee as a part-time Centralia police officer.
For the complete article, see this week’s edition of the Centralia Fireside Guard.