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Preston Redevelopment Agency schedules Norwich Hospital tours

Published October 15. 2012 5:00PM   Updated October 15. 2012 5:48PM

Preston – The Preston Redevelopment Agency will hold two bus tours of the former Norwich Hospital property on Oct. 27 and 28 in anticipation of a future town meeting and referendum seeking $4 million in local matching funds for a state loan and federal grant.

The bus tours will be held Saturday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. and Sunday, Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. Residents are asked to park near the cemetery and in front of the Kettle Building on the main campus. The Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance will hold a joint meeting Nov. 1 to discuss the funding issues.

Because of ongoing construction on the property, tour participants will not get off the bus during the tour, PRA member Linda Riegel said.

For information about the tours, contact PRA member John Harris at jharris@prestonriverwalk.com">jharris@prestonriverwalk.com.

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