Demo on stadium begins


Luke Perkins, left, and Lowell Perkins, of Perkins Dozing in Jamesport, work together to remove a section of bleachers at Jennie Jaynes Stadium while Luke’s wife, Tish, stands behind them Monday afternoon. Lowell said they are required to have the stadium demolished by Sept. 15, “but hopefully we’ll be done long before that, but with the way the rains are going, it’s hard to tell.”


Only a few sections of bleachers remain at Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday as crews from Perkins Dozing work to remove them before continuing the demolition process, which should take about a month total to complete.


Two workers from Perkins Dozing carry off sections of bleachers to a trailer on the side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday.


Luke Perkins, owner of Perkins Dozing, carries a bleacher down the steps of Jennie Jaynes on Monday afternoon.


In addition to removing the bleachers, demolition work has also begun on the backside of Jennie Jaynes Stadium. “We’re tearing out the back (of the stadium) and then we’ll haul it off,” Lowell Perkins said. “Then we’ll do the cement. We’ll hopefully be out of here in a month.”


Perkins Dozing crew members were not working on demolishing the back of the stadium Monday afternoon, but a large section of the north side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium has already been cleared.


Luke Perkins, left, and Lowell Perkins, of Perkins Dozing in Jamesport, work together to remove a section of bleachers at Jennie Jaynes Stadium while Luke’s wife, Tish, stands behind them Monday afternoon. Lowell said they are required to have the stadium demolished by Sept. 15, “but hopefully we’ll be done long before that, but with the way the rains are going, it’s hard to tell.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD072115Stadium.jpgLuke Perkins, left, and Lowell Perkins, of Perkins Dozing in Jamesport, work together to remove a section of bleachers at Jennie Jaynes Stadium while Luke’s wife, Tish, stands behind them Monday afternoon. Lowell said they are required to have the stadium demolished by Sept. 15, “but hopefully we’ll be done long before that, but with the way the rains are going, it’s hard to tell.”

Only a few sections of bleachers remain at Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday as crews from Perkins Dozing work to remove them before continuing the demolition process, which should take about a month total to complete.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD072115Stadium2.jpgOnly a few sections of bleachers remain at Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday as crews from Perkins Dozing work to remove them before continuing the demolition process, which should take about a month total to complete.

Two workers from Perkins Dozing carry off sections of bleachers to a trailer on the side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD072115Stadium3.jpgTwo workers from Perkins Dozing carry off sections of bleachers to a trailer on the side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday.

Luke Perkins, owner of Perkins Dozing, carries a bleacher down the steps of Jennie Jaynes on Monday afternoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD072115Stadium4.jpgLuke Perkins, owner of Perkins Dozing, carries a bleacher down the steps of Jennie Jaynes on Monday afternoon.

In addition to removing the bleachers, demolition work has also begun on the backside of Jennie Jaynes Stadium. “We’re tearing out the back (of the stadium) and then we’ll haul it off,” Lowell Perkins said. “Then we’ll do the cement. We’ll hopefully be out of here in a month.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD072115Stadium5.jpgIn addition to removing the bleachers, demolition work has also begun on the backside of Jennie Jaynes Stadium. “We’re tearing out the back (of the stadium) and then we’ll haul it off,” Lowell Perkins said. “Then we’ll do the cement. We’ll hopefully be out of here in a month.”

Perkins Dozing crew members were not working on demolishing the back of the stadium Monday afternoon, but a large section of the north side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium has already been cleared.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_TSD072115Stadium6.jpgPerkins Dozing crew members were not working on demolishing the back of the stadium Monday afternoon, but a large section of the north side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium has already been cleared.

Luke Perkins, left, and Lowell Perkins, of Perkins Dozing in Jamesport, work together to remove a section of bleachers at Jennie Jaynes Stadium while Luke’s wife, Tish, stands behind them Monday afternoon. Lowell said they are required to have the stadium demolished by Sept. 15, “but hopefully we’ll be done long before that, but with the way the rains are going, it’s hard to tell.”

Only a few sections of bleachers remain at Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday as crews from Perkins Dozing work to remove them before continuing the demolition process, which should take about a month total to complete.

Two workers from Perkins Dozing carry off sections of bleachers to a trailer on the side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium on Monday.

Luke Perkins, owner of Perkins Dozing, carries a bleacher down the steps of Jennie Jaynes on Monday afternoon.

In addition to removing the bleachers, demolition work has also begun on the backside of Jennie Jaynes Stadium. “We’re tearing out the back (of the stadium) and then we’ll haul it off,” Lowell Perkins said. “Then we’ll do the cement. We’ll hopefully be out of here in a month.”

Perkins Dozing crew members were not working on demolishing the back of the stadium Monday afternoon, but a large section of the north side of Jennie Jaynes Stadium has already been cleared.

Sedalia Democrat
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