(AP) - A nearly 150-year-old building that once housed an ice house
is being torn down in eastern Missouri.
KSDK-TV reports that the Ice House was built in 1870 in Old Town Eureka in St. Louis County. It first was a grain mill before becoming an ice house.
Some business owners wanted to save the building, but the city of Eureka
called it a public nuisance. Neighbors complained about mold and flood water in the building.
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