KASSON, Minn. (KTTC) -- A Dodge County judge has taken under advisement a lawsuit that tries to stop the city of Kasson from demolishing an old school.
The judge heard arguments Monday in a lawsuit to try to stop the town's plans to demolish the old school building that was built in 1918.
The building has sat empty for that last 7 years, and city officials say it would cost between $8 and $10 million dollars to renovate the structure.
Opponents of the demolition say the city isn't working hard enough to save the town's historic feature.
We'll have more on this story-- and what it means for the school building in question-- tonight on KTTC NewsCenter.
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