NORWICH – After years of preparation and planning, Catholitic Charities has successfully completed a million dollar project in the Town of Norwich at no cost to the Chenango County taxpayers.
According to Catholic Charities Executive Director Robin Cotter, this year's long work in progress will not only allow her organization to store more goods, and help more people, but it also will allow for more partnerships with other entities in the future.
Cotter said the funds for the project came from a variety of foundation grants, and not the taxpayers.
“We are open at our new location, and we’re continuing to serve individuals throughout the pandemic,” said Cotter. “The building was renovated using local contractors, and Catholic Charities is happy to partner with other agencies to help make use of the space as effectively as possible.”
Cotter said the building is located at 105 Leilanis Lane in the Town of Norwich, and Roots and Wings will be located and open there from9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. starting next week.