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Museum project set for this month

The new Raymond F. Ratcliffe Transportation Museum project will officially get underway later this month with a ceremonial transfer of the Brockmeyer train set to the Town of Pulaski.
The event is slated for Aug. 22 at 10 a.m. at the site of the future museum. The museum will be constructed on a parcel of land adjacent to the east side of the Maple Shade Shopping Center.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend the ceremony.
The train set replica of downtown Pulaski will not officially be moved from Dr. Milton Brockmeyer’s home until the museum is completed. However, the ceremony will officially recognize the Brockmeyer family’s agreement to loan the train set to the town.
In addition to the ceremonial transfer of the train set, there also will be a groundbreaking for relocation of the utility lines.
Town Manager John Hawley said the site plan for the museum is in the process of being revised and an easement across the Maple Shade property is being finalized by Pulaski County Industrial Development Authority. Once both are completed, the project can get underway.

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Museum project set for this month

The new Raymond F. Ratcliffe Transportation Museum project will officially get underway later this month with a ceremonial transfer of the Brockmeyer train set to the Town of Pulaski.
The event is slated for Aug. 22 at 10 a.m. at the site of the future museum. The museum will be constructed on a parcel of land adjacent to the east side of the Maple Shade Shopping Center.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend the ceremony.
The train set replica of downtown Pulaski will not officially be moved from Dr. Milton Brockmeyer’s home until the museum is completed. However, the ceremony will officially recognize the Brockmeyer family’s agreement to loan the train set to the town.
In addition to the ceremonial transfer of the train set, there also will be a groundbreaking for relocation of the utility lines.
Town Manager John Hawley said the site plan for the museum is in the process of being revised and an easement across the Maple Shade property is being finalized by Pulaski County Industrial Development Authority. Once both are completed, the project can get underway.

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