MOUNT VERNON — When Mark Ramser purchased the former Grohe Funeral Home at 108 N. Main St. in January, he had every intention of demolishing the front building on the property.

 

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3 Responses to “Corner of Grohe building crumbles”

  1. Anonymous

    I’m just glad Mr. Ramser or anyone else wasn’t hurt.

  2. Anonymous

    I hate the fact that some of our older building are falling or being torn down but it would help ease the pain if the Mt.Vernon News could do a picture story on them before we do see them dissapear.We are not going to have a picture history of our town if there are no pictures to tell our story with.

  3. Anonymous

    That’s a shame. It’s too bad the front will have to come down. Downtown is more attractive with buildings that come right up to the sidewalk.