• Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Taylor Griffith/South Strand News Workers from Huss Construction are quickly removing the brick facade from the rear of the Kaminski House Museum. Underneath, the original clapboard siding is visible. The brick was installed on three sides of the house in the 1940s and has recently been linked to water damage inside the house. Museum Executive Director Robin Gabriel said they anticipate the brick removal to take two weeks, weather cooperating.


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