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Filling Your Health Care Needs Demolition of Three Buildings I Salt Creek AtticLT ] on South Side of Square , Country Decor, Antiques, Florals, Unique Handcrafted Treasures So Much More Commenced Tues. Nov. 15 City employees were building a corral in preparation for the demolition of the three buildings on the south side of the square Tues. (Nov. 15). Times Photo ..... IIIII Roadside Rescue ... One call goes Beyond the expected.TM Have you ever been on the road and run out of gas or had a flat tire? Can be frightening if you are not Close to home. Now you can rest easy with Roadside Rescue {rom Pekin Insurance,TM With one call, a qualified Roadside Rescue representative will be on the way to assist you.,. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Most importantly, there is no additional charge for this peace-of-mind service Roadside Rescue ,,. going Beyond the expected, rM To make a difference for yOU. Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, ~=" 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 10 The first phase of demolition, to remove approximately 1/3 of the rear of the buildings, was underway. This is to stabilize the buildings and allow owners to enter and remove property. Times Photo Mt. Pulaski Times ~ i ii American Demolition arrived Tues. (Nov. 15). The demoli- tion contract was approved Sat. (Nov. 12). That's just two busi- ness days. !i~i!:!i!i!iiiii;!i!'!i ~ ~iiiiiiili!TM=!: Times Fhoto The back of the "Matador" Building. The weakness of the structure was obvious. A leaking roof over decades had deterio- rated floor joist Times Photo The amount exposed. of damage to Deron Powell's office building was Times Photo Nov. 19, 2011