Clear Lake, Iowa, to tear down water tower

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Posted: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 12:00 am

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa — Officials in a northern Iowa city have decided to tear down a 500,000-gallon lakefront water tower that has loomed over the downtown area for 64 years.

The Clear Lake City Council recently accepted a nearly $36,000 bid from Michigan firm Iseler Contracting to demolish the tower, which was drained in April. Breaking down the roughly 150-foot-tall tower was estimated to cost $64,500.

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