Construction is well underway at the Historic Moffat Library building. The asbestos roof tiles were removed and remediated this past spring in preparation for the installation of new long-lasting slate tiles, which was the original material used for the roof back in 1887.
The three additions on the original 1887 building were the most affected areas in terms of storm and water damage. The former Town Recreation office addition, which was the hardest hit portion of the building, has been removed and the original brick 1887 structure is now visible as you travel down Route 208. In addition, portions of the two other additions on the opposite side of the building, which were severely damaged due to roof leaks, have now been removed.
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Historic Restore, Renew, and Re-Imagine Moffat Library Building Project
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Things are moving right along thanks to your tremendous support!