Progress on renovating the old lumberyard building in Taylorville has been slow, but is moving forward. After renovations began, workers had discovered that the building was in worse shape than previously thought, leading to more work being necessary to repair the building. This lead to much of the building having to be torn down so that section could be rebuilt. Regional Radio News recently spoke with Pamela Moses, owner of the building, who shared that although the progress has been slower than expected, there is progress being made on the renovation.
Moses said how even though she’s excited about the prospects of the building looking nice again, the more important thing is the opportunity to bring more business to Taylorville.
The current timeline for the completion of the work being done on the building is set for the fall. Moses did say that she already has several businesses interested in moving into the location once the work is complete.