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Senior living complex may be open by year’s end

July 18, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Both construction and demolition continue to move along at a fast pace at the corner of Pine and North Gilpin streets at what is to be known as Grace Place, a senior living facility.

Demolition began Monday on a portion of the former Grube Hospital building. The portion of the building that is adjacent to Pine Street is being razed to make room for Grace Place, a 24-unit housing complex for moderate-income seniors.

The $6.5 million project is being constructed by the Jefferson Area Lutheran Social Ministry and Trek Development.

Jefferson County Fair Fun

July 18, 2011

Natalie Haney (right) visits the petting zoo at the Jefferson County Fair Monday night with her step-mom, Stacey Haney.

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