From the ashes



The rebuilt Huson Water Tower on Collins Street was dedicated Saturday, with city officials, Plymouth Historical Society representatives and friends gathering in front of the tower for the ceremony. The original historic 19th century historic structure was destroyed in an arson fire more than two years ago. The city and the historical society worked together to construct a replica of the tower on the site, with the historical society raising funds to restore the original windmill atop the tower, which had been removed at some point in the 20th century. Ron Hartman of Sheboygan, who built the replica windmill, was the guest of honor at the event. Review photo by Emmitt B. Feldner The rebuilt Huson Water Tower on Collins Street was dedicated Saturday, with city officials, Plymouth Historical Society representatives and friends gathering in front of the tower for the ceremony. The original historic 19th century historic structure was destroyed in an arson fire more than two years ago. The city and the historical society worked together to construct a replica of the tower on the site, with the historical society raising funds to restore the original windmill atop the tower, which had been removed at some point in the 20th century. Ron Hartman of Sheboygan, who built the replica windmill, was the guest of honor at the event. Review photo by Emmitt B. Feldner

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