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March 20, 2013Jefferson City, MO |  By: Benson/Lawson

Rosendale's Ogle's Mill

A Missouri Department of Transportation archaeology and survey team from Jefferson City has found remains from Ogle's Mill near Rosendale in Andrew County.

Bricks from the mill were found under about ten feet of silt near the One Hundred and Two River. MoDot plans on building a new bridge near the mill's former location. MoDot is required by the National Historic Preservation Act to consider the impacts any new construction would have on a prehistoric or historic archaeological site. Ogle's Mill was and old woolen mill and was used to grind grain. It is also the former name of Rosendale. Customer Relations Specialist, Marcia Johnson, says the preservation of Rosendale's historic mill is important.

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Johnson says the current bridge over the One Hundred and Two River in Rosendale is over 80 years old. A start date for construction has not been set, but a public meeting will be held later this summer to discuss plans for the bridge.