October 29, 2007

Adams revamp focuses on water woes - Rapid City Journal- DrainageNews

DEADWOOD — City officials are hoping that a revamping of the drainage system around the Adams Museum will solve moisture problems within the historic building. Adams Museum facilities manager Howie Albrecht says that, although issues with dampness and the building’s foundation have been an ongoing problem, archives within the building haven’t been affected by the moisture. The city-owned building on the corner of Sherman and Deadwood streets was built in 1930 by Deadwood businessman and former mayor W. Deadwood City Commissioners approved the $12,000 expenditure to revamp the drainage system around the Adams Museum. read me

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