Former Pleasant Hill School gets historic plaque

The former Pleasant Hill School is now a historical site, after Macomb Mayor Mike Inman made the announcement Wednesday.

According to a press release from the mayor’s office, the school was originally built in Bardolph, Illinois in 1855. In 1947, the building was relocated to Macomb at 1314 East Wheeler St.

The Pleasant Hill School has a historic plaque on the south side of the property.

It received the plaque after being accepted as an applicant of the Historic Residential Home Plaque Program. The program’s goal is “to recognize and increase the awareness of historic places in Macomb.”

Emily McCarter

Emily McCarter

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