Crew members were back at the site of a Shelby demolition project on Thursday, Jan. 11.
The work is at the old drive-thru and ice plant building complex off Mansfield Avenue.
Once the demolition is complete, the city reports that it is looking to market the site for sale.
“This is a high traffic area with great potential for a professional building,” Shelby Municipal Utilities Director John Ensman has reported. “The site is highly visible when traveling on Mansfield Avenue.”
The demolition work began in December.
Page Demolition and Excavating of Lucas, Ohio is leading the effort.
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