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1996: Moneta voters to decide on disincorporation
September 30, 2021
• Oct. 3, 1946
Workmen began tearing down the old warehouse of the Botsford Lumber Co. adjacent to the Milwaukee tracks, south of their office. A new warehouse was to be erected at the same location.
A 12x16 cement block building was erected by the Modern Dry Cleaners. The building would house dry cleaning equipment which formerly was located near the railroad tracks.
A deal was closed whereby the Arthur W. Kirchhoff Post No. 288 became owner of the Log Cabin Café, which had been owned and operated for many years by Dr. R.W. Falk. The post planned to use the building as a club for Legio...
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