Major restoration underway


Lee Baker, of West Milton, tightens a metal pole that is braced against the ceiling of 110 N. Ohio Ave. Thursday, May 11. The pole was one of several being used for structural shoring of the building which caught fire Monday, April 17 after a pickup truck crashed into the building breaking a gas line. Baker said Boone Restoration is the company that will be gutting and then restoring the building. He said the damage from the fire was extensive and he did not know how long it will take to repair the building. The building was home to Sharon’s School of Dance and a ceramics store.

Lee Baker, of West Milton, tightens a metal pole that is braced against the ceiling of 110 N. Ohio Ave. Thursday, May 11. The pole was one of several being used for structural shoring of the building which caught fire Monday, April 17 after a pickup truck crashed into the building breaking a gas line. Baker said Boone Restoration is the company that will be gutting and then restoring the building. He said the damage from the fire was extensive and he did not know how long it will take to repair the building. The building was home to Sharon’s School of Dance and a ceramics store.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

This is an aerial view of the building at 110 N. Ohio Ave. taken by a drone.


Caven Risk | Sidney Daily News

Lee Baker, of West Milton, tightens a metal pole that is braced against the ceiling of 110 N. Ohio Ave. Thursday, May 11. The pole was one of several being used for structural shoring of the building which caught fire Monday, April 17 after a pickup truck crashed into the building breaking a gas line. Baker said Boone Restoration is the company that will be gutting and then restoring the building. He said the damage from the fire was extensive and he did not know how long it will take to repair the building. The building was home to Sharon’s School of Dance and a ceramics store.

This is an aerial view of the building at 110 N. Ohio Ave. taken by a drone.

Lee Baker, of West Milton, tightens a metal pole that is braced against the ceiling of 110 N. Ohio Ave. Thursday, May 11. The pole was one of several being used for structural shoring of the building which caught fire Monday, April 17 after a pickup truck crashed into the building breaking a gas line. Baker said Boone Restoration is the company that will be gutting and then restoring the building. He said the damage from the fire was extensive and he did not know how long it will take to repair the building. The building was home to Sharon’s School of Dance and a ceramics store.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_SDN051217Restore.jpgLee Baker, of West Milton, tightens a metal pole that is braced against the ceiling of 110 N. Ohio Ave. Thursday, May 11. The pole was one of several being used for structural shoring of the building which caught fire Monday, April 17 after a pickup truck crashed into the building breaking a gas line. Baker said Boone Restoration is the company that will be gutting and then restoring the building. He said the damage from the fire was extensive and he did not know how long it will take to repair the building. The building was home to Sharon’s School of Dance and a ceramics store. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

This is an aerial view of the building at 110 N. Ohio Ave. taken by a drone.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_aerial.jpgThis is an aerial view of the building at 110 N. Ohio Ave. taken by a drone. Caven Risk | Sidney Daily News

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