FCMH demolishes storage building


The building that was formerly the Golden Corral and used at times in the past for the Good Hope Lions Club Candy Store on Columbus Avenue was demolished recently. Fayette County Memorial Hospital, which owns the lot, said that the building had been primarily used for storage the past few years and they are discussing possible uses for the space.


The building that was formerly the Golden Corral and used at times in the past for the Good Hope Lions Club Candy Store on Columbus Avenue was demolished recently. Fayette County Memorial Hospital, which owns the lot, said that the building had been primarily used for storage the past few years and they are discussing possible uses for the space.

The building that was formerly the Golden Corral and used at times in the past for the Good Hope Lions Club Candy Store on Columbus Avenue was demolished recently. Fayette County Memorial Hospital, which owns the lot, said that the building had been primarily used for storage the past few years and they are discussing possible uses for the space.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_FCMHTearsDownGoldenCoral.jpgThe building that was formerly the Golden Corral and used at times in the past for the Good Hope Lions Club Candy Store on Columbus Avenue was demolished recently. Fayette County Memorial Hospital, which owns the lot, said that the building had been primarily used for storage the past few years and they are discussing possible uses for the space.
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