Category Archives: Carmel Grain Elevator

Epilogue, The Demolition of Carmel’s Historic Grain Elevator (the final inside story)

Update January 8, 2013 – There is some revisionist history attempted by a person that is known to be associated with Mayor Brainard.  The claim is that there was essentially no remonstrance regarding the grain elevator’s demolition.  This is simply

Epilogue, The Demolition of Carmel’s Historic Grain Elevator (the final inside story)

Update January 8, 2013 – There is some revisionist history attempted by a person that is known to be associated with Mayor Brainard.  The claim is that there was essentially no remonstrance regarding the grain elevator’s demolition.  This is simply

Time Will Tell

I gave it a shot. Was it worth it? Time will tell.

Time Will Tell

I gave it a shot. Was it worth it? Time will tell.

Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks Checks In, Again

Today, April 9, 2012 Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks made this statement about Carmel’s historic grain elevator: “Carmel, as a promoter of arts, is missing an opportunity to use the elevator as a very large art exhibit. It could

Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks Checks In, Again

Today, April 9, 2012 Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks made this statement about Carmel’s historic grain elevator: “Carmel, as a promoter of arts, is missing an opportunity to use the elevator as a very large art exhibit. It could

Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks Checks In

From Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks, March 29, 2012: “Carmel should keep the elevator as a piece of sculpture and interpret it as such.”

Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks Checks In

From Marsh Davis, President of Indiana Landmarks, March 29, 2012: “Carmel should keep the elevator as a piece of sculpture and interpret it as such.”

The Final Chapter – The Carmel Grain Elevator

The week of the March the 24th was quite a week. At Monday’s City Council Meeting I made a presentation to the City Council and the Mayor.  At the end of the presentation I was able to make public an

The Final Chapter – The Carmel Grain Elevator

The week of the March the 24th was quite a week. At Monday’s City Council Meeting I made a presentation to the City Council and the Mayor.  At the end of the presentation I was able to make public an

The Historic Carmel Grain Elevator – An Essay

The Carmel Grain Elevator (Progress, Ingenuity, Innovation, Economic Development, Architecture and the Arts) Ron Kern March 12, 2012 Carmel’s grain elevator – so what’s the big deal?  It is just an eyesore that needs to go away so we can

The Historic Carmel Grain Elevator – An Essay

The Carmel Grain Elevator (Progress, Ingenuity, Innovation, Economic Development, Architecture and the Arts) Ron Kern March 12, 2012 Carmel’s grain elevator – so what’s the big deal?  It is just an eyesore that needs to go away so we can