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From the July 14, 2014 Newspaper
By Richard Harris
Last Friday morning Tom Rodgers was bent over meticulously measuring a piece of wood. Over his head hung newly replaced 20-foot long 2x10 ceiling joists, the underside of each sporting a continuous wave pattern. In front of him was a wall with bright patterns and faces – with the faces protruding, as if watching his every move. Behind him stood columns brightly painted with diamonds and circles. To his left, a long concrete snake slithered atop a wall. To his right, just outside the carport he was standing in, two huge faces on larger columns stared out.
He looked around, laughed, and said, "Just another day in the office."
Rodgers is part of a crew being supervised by general contractor Tim Gregory. They have the formidable task of ... Online subscribers click here for the rest of the story.