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February 2, 1983 - The acute care building of the Petersburg General Hospital should be “razed, torn down” when the new building is completed, the administrator of the hospital said.

Craig Slater said it is estimated that the building would cost $450,000 to renovate. Even then the building is not suited for offices and they could not utilize every portion of the building, he said.

Slater spoke to the Hospital Board at their meeting Jan.25. The board decided to bring up the issue at their next meeting.

February 4, 1993 - Faced with fewer students and reduced income, the Petersburg Publi...

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