In November 1891 Don Angelo Ferro was elected archpriest, and he realised that the work for the construction of the bell tower, not yet halfway through, needed a new impulse, immediately proceeded to appoint a new commission, chaired by Candido Azzalini, whose work proved to be decisive for the completion of this prestigious monument.
On several occasions, whenever the president of the commission asked him, he urgently invited the population to contribute, with the means at their disposal, to the realization of the work, not forgetting that everyone had “a much more important job to attend to in the countryside “.
In the hope of completing the belfry by the end of the year, on 26 June 1897 Candido Azzalini, again in the name of the Commission, asks the archpriest to say a word of encouragement in the church for those who have not yet paid “the promise instalment for the bell tower, now that people are about to collect money for the sale of cocoons or for the first batches of cheese”, even threatening to publish the name, continuing the deficit situation.
On the verge of the new century, “between shocks and jolts”, with more or less substantial cash contributions from public and private entities, “the Factory of the Bell Tower”, which had already completed “such a beautiful and well-advanced work”, was now ready for the final leap.
On 12 January 1907 the “Factory of the Bell Tower” saw its most tireless and convinced promoter, Candido Azzalini, fail at the age of 57.
The bell tower remained, and still is, missing its spire; it is said that it must have been 12 meters high, starting from the base of those fascinating eight spiers, ending with the characteristic “fiorone”, which recall «in mystical number the eight Beatitudes of the Gospel according to St. Matthew, the highest perfection of virtue and reason of our hope». Therefore, the most representative work of Fregona remained unfinished, but certainly not for lack of generosity of his population.