Renovations begin at East Main Street location

NORWICH – Renovations have begun on a dilapidated downtown property, made possible through a third round of Restore New York grant money.

The 24 East Main St. location, long considered an eyesore by city officials and formerly the home of Frames Unlimited, will benefit from $200,000 in Restore New York funds, in addition to approximately $30,000 contributed by the city.

“We’re in the process of gutting the entire structure in preparation for new wiring, plumbing and insulation,” said Mayor Joe Maiurano, who added that the preliminary renovations “should be finished by the end of the week.”

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