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Ohio Blenders silos in York coming down

The big blue silos that have punctuated York’s skyline for years will have vanished
by the end of the day, according to a statement from the city.

The big blue silos that have punctuated York’s skyline for years will have vanished
by the end of the day, according to a statement from the city.

Montgomery County-based Lewis Environmental, the company
performing demolition work at the Ohio Blenders Inc. site, began to disassemble
the silos yesterday and is expected to wrap up the work today.

The Redevelopment Authority of the City of York gained possession of the 3-acre site,
which is the final property in need of environmental remediation at the
Northwest Triangle site, at the end of May. The authority began the process of
acquiring the property in 2006. Demolition work began near the beginning of
this month.

The parcel is slated to be part of the city’s $38 million
mixed-use project, which will include 84,000 square feet of retail and
commercial space and between 85 and 135 townhouses and condominiums.

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