ROCK HILL, S.C. - The Rock Hill City Council will consider new twists on an old challenge on Monday.
The council will discuss what to do with the Bleachery textile site.
In 2009, investigators said two people burned down the old printing company.
Since then, several ideas have been proposed, but none have really taken shape.
The Herald in Rock Hill reports that some of the ideas on the table include using the space for new offices and retail businesses.
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