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What is going on at the Wall Building



2013-09-17 - Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener. Following today's CACEDA meeting we followed up on what's going on at the Wall Building. Allen "Buddy" Wall, the owner, said that he's refacing the building. Over the rooftop in the foreground is Harold Wine, of Russell County, KY, who is installing a new facade, Wall said. The old building is now a warehouse. The main Wall Heating & Air Conditioning store and warehouse is around the corner, on Oak Street. The building was originally built by Mr. Kenneth Cundiff. He operated a mortgage company there. Later, Mr. Austin McKinney ran a furniture store, at which time the concrete face just uncovered was exterior cover. For a time, after Wall and Donnie Howell bought the building from Mr. Cundiff, together, they both had businesses in it. Later, Wall bought the interest of Mr. Howell and has owned it ever since. Wall also owns the large gray residence at the NE Corner of Campbellsville and Oak. It was once the home of the Bob White family. Wall would not reveal his plans for that structure, but would only deny that it might be a new Dairy Queen. It won't be that, he said. He did say that the story now circulating around town that a new Dairy Queen might be located on the lot Henry Sandusky built at the corner intersection of the Veterans bypass and Campbellsville Road, may have been inadvertently started when a couple of diners from Casey County overheard someone at Betty's OK Country Cooking say that a Dairy Queen was going in there. But to his knowledge, that is not the case. - ED WAGGENER
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