Dunnellon’s old water town may soon be scrap.
The city has a plan to get rid of the rusting landmark and eventually erect a replacement.
The deteriorating tower with the faded city logo dates back to the mid 1930s, and depending on various points of view, is either “historic” or an “eyesore.”
Lately, the old tower has only played a backup role in the city’s water system and came close to being replaced last year. However, state funds for the project were cut, but it’s still coming down.