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Work was ongoing last week to maintain the historic old jail in Palmyra. Employees of Pischer Masonry were busy tuck-pointing the brick work and sand blasting the paint off the stone walls of the back of the jail in preparation for a new coat of a paint. Gary Stuhlman, a member of the Heritage Seekers, which oversees the structure and who took the photo, said the original stone walls of the 1858 building, are held together with hundreds of two-pound cannon balls. There is also ongoing maintenance work going on at the Gardner House Museum on Main Street.