NECC staff, After-School program find temporary new homes


MILLERTON— After 12 years as tenants of the former Millerton Elementary School (MES) building, a few staff members from the North East Community Center (NECC) have found a temporary home in the former Coyote Point building, located at 56 Main Street.

Following the sale of the elementary school building, located on Route 22 south of the village center, earlier this year, NECC sought an alternate space to host staff and programs. The search presented a limited number of options, according to those participating in the hunt. 

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