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Wilson House located at 315 E. Second Street is the first property saved by the Cornerstone Society. It is in need of help again. This county owned property is severely neglected.




Located on West Street. The Elks Lodge has been abandoned after a fire ravaged this lovely structure. Currently undergoing renovation, progress by the out of town owner has been very slow.




The Moose Lodge barn.
As of 2013, efforts are underway to stabilize and ultimately restore this wonderfully built structure.  The facade has been cleared of brush and preliminary efforts have been made to stabilize the structure.  Much more needs to done.





On Poplar Street steps away from the hospital, and Main Street, this home is severely neglected. Pleas to stabilize this building have gone unanswered.




Corner of Second and West Streets. This building has turned into a slum with a case of severe neglect. It is in the heart of the district with a superior location. Only steps away from the river, Main Street and the grocery store. One would hope the owner would see it's potential.


 417 Presbyterian Avenue. This cottage is located steps away from John Paul Park, the library and Main Street. Things do not look good for this tiny gem.