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By Ben Garbarek bio email TwitterOWENSBORO, KY The city announced the Executive Inn will be imploded using explosives.The city announced earlier this month the hotel would at least be imploded by a method called tripping but now the money is in place to use explosives.The demolition will be featured on an upcoming series on The Learning Channel.The series doesn have a name yet but follows a family specializing in implosions.The mayor has said for months this is how he like to see the hotel come down and Friday, he got his wish.”A lot of people in Owensboro wanted to see this hotel taken down utilizing that mechanism and I think that a good thing,” Mayor Ron Payne said. “I think that significant that we are finally bringing down the Executive Inn and I pleased we going to be able to do it.”The city says the added costs for explosives were picked up by the learning channel and the contractors, not the taxpayers.2009 WFIE. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten,
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