Collapsed: The fate of Human Services may mirror that of the infirmary’s wing

The County Account

The recent demolition of the east wing of the county infirmary in Millbrook has renewed interest in its history, wherein it once served as the county’s poor house and later an infirmary. A snow-collapsed roof and asbestos infestation caused the east wing to be torn down in late February. That building is now gone, but the societal needs it once served remain.

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