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New home for antique vehicles planned at Beyer complex

OCHS to raise money for building to also provide meeting space, restrooms

1:06 PM, Nov. 13, 2013
This is an architectural rendering of what the proposed carriage house at the Beyer Home Museum in Oconto.
This is an architectural rendering of what the proposed carriage house at the Beyer Home Museum in Oconto.
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Seeking a place to displays a collection of antique vehicles, the Oconto County Historical Society is planning to construct a new building on the ground of the Beyer Home Museum in Oconto.

The 5,000 square foot Carriage House Facility is estimated to cost about $450,000, said Dave Retzlaff, who is chairing the project.

The structure would also provide several needed spaces, including public restrooms for the complex, as well as meeting rooms for group tours, educational presentations, social gatherings and business meetings. ...

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