A 63-year-old landmark visible throughout the Miami University campus will soon be coming down.
The Williams Hall Transmission Tower, once used for both Miami radio and television broadcasts from the school’s Oxford campus, will be dismantled later this month, said school officials.
The 342-feet-tall tower has been highest and most visible structure on the school’s campus since 1957.
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But it’s long outlived its usefulness, said Cody Powell, associate vice president for facilities planning and operations for Miami.
“It’s been part of the campus for a very long time,” said Powell,