Snohomish Gazebo's refurb is underway
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Josh Herrmann and son Chase Herrmann, 10 of Snohomish, together install temp-orary beams to keep the Avenue A Gazebo sturdy as it undergoes work Tuesday, July 26
SNOHOMISH — The Avenue A Gazebo is now getting a full refurbishment.
Driving the gazebo’s rehabilitation is businessowner Palmer Bodin, of Nordic Home Solutions, a company in town. It’s being done as a gift to the community.
The plans are a new deck, new ceiling, new railings and a new roof. Everything
except the roof could be wrapped up by early August, Bodin predicts.
It’ll get tongue and groove ceiling of real wood. “It’ll look real good,” Josh Herrmann commented.
Fellow contractors have donated time and labor, such as Northwest Home Remodels, Lion Heart Remodel and Johnson’s Junk Removal.
Nordic is open to talking with any experienced volunteers in the trades who’d like to spend time helping, gazebo project manager Roman Savchik of Mill Creek said.
Bodin smiled as things progressed. “It’s humbling to be given the opportunity to give back to the community we love so much,” he said.
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