The Richmond Register


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Richmond’s First Christian Church demolished its old education building, erected about 1953, on Monday to make way for a new, larger structure. Construction of the new building will begin next month with a mid-2013 target date for completion, according to Richard Cobb IV of the church’s building committee. Asbestos was removed from the structure before it taken down. In June, the church demolished a 118-year-old house that stood on its Main Street property, also to make way for the new building.

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