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Former newspaper bldg. being turned into new law office

October 11, 2011

With much of the exterior brick removed, the former Post & Mail building awaits the renovation project that is expected to restore the structure to a state depicted in the artist’s rendering at lower left. — Post & Mail photo / James Thomlison

COLUMBIA CITY — The first thing Greg Hockemeyer, an associate at Myers Tison Hockemeyer & McNagny Law Firm, wanted to do was answer the question most asked of him when discussing his law firm’s work on its current project.
“The main thing everybody wants to know is ‘are we going to put the Post sign back up’. The answer is: ‘Yes.”’
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