The Pamplin City Town Council voted in its November meeting to put out a notice advertising the sale of a historic building on Main Street, a property that has come up for discussion all year.
Part of the two-story building was in an advanced state of decay and was torn down earlier this autumn. The council decided to sell the property at 154 Main Street, with the stipulations that the historic building that remains be preserved and the green space replacing the crumbling remains of the other part of the property be kept as a green space.
Town Manager Vicki Dean noted, “We had some work done on it.”
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