NORWICH – After more than two years of work, the Habitat for Humanity house located on Adams Street in the City of Norwich is nearing completion.
On Monday afternoon, volunteers said the majority of the work had been completed, and they were just finishing up some odds and ends.
Habitat for Humanity has been operating in Chenango County since 1993, and in that time, they have built three houses in the area: one in Bainbridge, one on Henry Street in Norwich and the current house on Adams Street.
Habitat has been working on the Adams Street house since May of 2005, and according to Habitat Executive Committee Board Member Marjory Clark, the house will be dedicated at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. “Anyone interested is invited to attend and see a tour of the house,” Clark said.