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Demolition underway at Danville Hotel site

Original post made on Jan 16, 2014

Construction crews began knocking down the deteriorating structures at the Danville Hotel property Wednesday morning, marking the start of redevelopment work at the storied downtown site.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Wednesday, January 15, 2014, 12:11 PM

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Posted by gary, a resident of Danville
on Jan 16, 2014 at 7:54 am

Glad to read the "hotel" facade will be refurbished and the integrity of it will be preserved... it is an icon, albeit an old one, of the Danville Town. it was the first place we ever dined or went to listen tob music in when we moved here in 1979. Billy martin, when he managed the A's and lived in D-Town, closed that bar many a night. I'm hopig the "tower' look of the hotel facade will be saved.


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