Former Olmsted County Commissioner, Mike Podulke, is being remembered in downtown Rochester in a somewhat unique way.
As we've reported, Podulke passed away suddenly in February, but at least one of his hobbies lives on. Podulke had many interests, including hand crafting his own books. Now some of his antique book making equipment is being used at the Amaglyphe store inside the Khaler Grand Hotel.
Owner, Ginger Woodruff, is using Podulke's old printing press, the block letters that go with it and several other items that Podulke used to use.
"He had a collection of book making equipment and after he died someone put his wife and I together knowing that I might be able to use it.