New Senior Center Plans on View

Two displays of the architectural renderings are on display at the current senior center and at Russell Library.

reports the completion of two public displays presenting the proposed new Senior/Community Center for the Eckersley Hall Building. The displays with artist renderings are being used to educate the public about the plans for the site and building’s future design and the building amenities when completed. 

The lower floor includes reception, dining area, game room, and staff offices.  Multi-purpose rooms, arts and crafts, library, and socialization rooms are on the upper floor. Other drawings include modifications to the front entrance of the historic building, access to the lower level, and an outdoor patio/bocce area.

The poster displays can be viewed at the Senior Center, 150 Williams Street, and Russell Library, 123 Broad Street. A copy of the Eckersley Hall Building Committee Presentation before the Common Council is also available at the Information Services Desk on the second floor.

For information, call Chair Ron Klattenberg (860) 604-1570 or Vice Chair Phil Pessina at (860) 559-5211.

Mel Tavares May 14, 2012 at 02:52 PM
When is construction going to start and when do they hope to be finished and open? Just wondering-since I live across the street :O
Cassandra Day (Editor) May 14, 2012 at 07:50 PM
Not for a while. The Common Council is expected to vote on plans in August and plans are for the referendum question to appear on the November ballot.


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