Why is water running out of this pipe?

I know Chester Creek runs UNDER the armory. Why is water running out of this pipe? Is there a stream of water the third floor too? What is the source of this water?

10 Comments

starfire

about 9 years ago

More importantly who are those women and why are they always standing in those windows?

nate

about 9 years ago

These are roof drains that were installed last summer.  They are keeping the building dry until the roof is replaced during the full construction project.

adam

about 9 years ago

...which will happen never.

Wes Scott

about 9 years ago

There's a lot of history there, but I'm not sure if it makes financial sense to make it a usable space again. Somebody donated a million or more I read, correct?

Tony D.

about 9 years ago

Sundog, aren't you the editor of the Budgeteer, a news gathering organization?

Tomasz

about 9 years ago

@Tony D,

Looks to me like that's exactly what she is doing.  How else do you gather news other than by asking questions?

Tony D.

about 9 years ago

I would contact the building's owners and ask them, getting the information from the best, most authoritative information rather than ask random posters of a community blog, no matter how well informed they may be.

No offense, Sun Dog--I was attempting a good-natured jab, but that fails to come across in this type of format.... Hope no feelings were hurt.

resident

about 9 years ago

Hi Tony, of course that would be the best way to get a correct answer, but posting a photo on PDD is just plain fun.

PS. One of my friends commented on my photo blog saying, "I think it's because lady number one wanted a shower."

Tony D.

about 9 years ago

"...but posting a photo on PDD is just plain fun." 

Agreed!

zra

about 9 years ago

Money. Pit.

If they do build (a hotel, similar to the plans that I've seen), Kim Ellerman's gonna lose his lake view.

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