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Wednesday, June 13th, 2007
Photo by Mark Pummell
Old look with new parts
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White oak gates, built at Hoge Lumber Company in New Knoxville, were installed Tuesday morning at Lock One on the Miami and Erie Canal in New Bremen. Workers from Jutte Excavating in Fort Recovery begin to move one of the gates into place as part of a $1.3 million restoration project. The purpose of the project, funded in part by a $280,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Transportation and a $70,000 match from the New Bremen Historic Association, is to restore the canal area to its 1910 appearance. Landscaping remains to be done but officials hope everything will be complete by the end of summer.
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