City to take over Courcelle Brothers buildingStaff Report | March 25,2013The city will finally take possession of the Courcelle Brothers building tomorrow.
The recreation department will use former reserve center on North Street Extension for offices, a maintenance facility and some programming.
Mayor Christopher Louras said the city will not take full ownership of the building until the federal government completes the decommissioning process, but the city will have authority over the building until then.MORE IN This Just InA former Vermont Academy teacher has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for producing child... Full StoryDuring foliage season, there are so many Vermont fall drives to choose from that it’s... Full Story
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