- Gregory Howell
- To learn more about Watertower Place, or to register for a tour starting in March 2020, visit pueblowatertowerplace.com.
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I get your paper every week down here in Pueblo and I am glad to see you have some pueblo articles in the Indy. I like the food reviews and also the latest update on the old meatpacking company here that is being resurrected. That building sat vacant for so long I think people here gave up on seeing anything positive come of it. But now it is rising from the ashes and I hope it can be everything your article describes. It is a monster of a building and I hope to take a tour of it (on a warm day) soon.
Thanks again for all of the local Pueblo coverage .I look forward to more of it.
(I lived in the Springs in the 1980’s and like the coverage of that town also. It has grown so much that I almost don’t recognize it when I head up there!)