Work begins on Huson Tower




Workers from MZ Construction of Linden have begun the process of rebuilding the historic Huson Water Tower on Collins Street, destroyed just over a year ago in an arson fire. The first step in the process has been the removal of the old foundation, the only part of the structure left standing after the fire. After a new foundation is poured, the new tower will be constructed and assembled on the site in the next several months. The new tower will include a historic cupola and windmill, being paid for by the Plymouth Historical Society, which is still seeking donations for the $35,000 addition to the tower. Workers from MZ Construction of Linden have begun the process of rebuilding the historic Huson Water Tower on Collins Street, destroyed just over a year ago in an arson fire. The first step in the process has been the removal of the old foundation, the only part of the structure left standing after the fire. After a new foundation is poured, the new tower will be constructed and assembled on the site in the next several months. The new tower will include a historic cupola and windmill, being paid for by the Plymouth Historical Society, which is still seeking donations for the $35,000 addition to the tower.


Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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