Malta construction updates with David Veseth August 26, 2020
August 26, 2020
While I was on vacation, one of the things I got to do was ride the Spokane Gondola and I got to see a waterfall. Also, I went to a restaurant in Wallace, Idaho, called the 13 Club where I had a pulled pork sandwich and it was good. When I was in Sand Point, I went to Lake Pondera where my family and I got to wade in the water. Our family vacation was 13 days and we had a good time.
As for construction, the house being remodeled across the street from the Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic removed a fireplace from the home and work continues. When it is completed, I am hoping to take Elijah Fado and his workers to Dairy Queen for a meal or a dessert, or maybe both.
Work continues on Short Oil Road and paving will continue.
The building across from Jay Weston’s automotive business has caution tape around it and I believe it will be knocked down and a new structure will be built. I will report more when I have new news.
At the new Malta Armory, some paving was completed and concrete bollards were brought in.
Malta Opportunities, Inc., where I work is still closed to the public because of the COVID-19. I hope every-one stays happy and healthy.