By David L. Shaw on May 29, 2017, Finger Lakes Times

SENECA FALLS — Demolition of former Seneca Knitting Mill structures on both sides of the limestone building that will be the new home of the National Women’s Hall of Fame is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Crews from Sessler Wrecking and Excavating in Waterloo will be at the scene to demolish remaining brick walls on the west side of the limestone building, with a goal of keeping the smokestack intact to incorporate it into the new Hall of Fame design.

A former brick office building on the east side of the limestone structure is also targeted for demolition and removal.

That area will be redeveloped into parking. The area west of the limestone building will be a courtyard visitors area.

Meanwhile, work continues on the three-story limestone building exterior.

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