Starting early in the morning, the metal building was torn down by the end of the day.
Monday night, Stan Kallhoff told the Elgin City Council the building was taken down as part of a plan to erect two new grain storage bins at the location. Having worked with the City of Elgin on the project, meeting with the council several times in past months, Kallhoff said once the debris is removed, work will begin towards preparing the area for the eventual construction of two grain bins. Kallhoff said the diameter of each of the bins will be 68’4”. He said the peak height where the conveyor goes across will be 114’.
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