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Time line set for old opera house

Pictured is the old opera house building at 2105 Forest. The fate of the crumbling structure was discussed at the Monday night Great Bend City Council meeting.

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After large chucks of brick and mortar tumbled off the back of the old opera house building at 2103 Forest late last year, a time line for either the preservation or demolition of the historic structure has officially been set.
The Great Bend City Council made the determination during its Monday night meeting. According to the approved resolution, the owners have until April 21 to hire a contractor to stabilize the damage and until Aug. 21 to have the work finished or raze the building.
“They want to repair the building and they want to preserve the building,” said Jerry ...


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