The future of the Thorne Building still not resolved


MILLBROOK — The first heavy snowfall of the season didn’t deter people from attending the third public meeting of the Thorne Building Committee on Saturday, Dec. 9. 

Held in the Millbrook firehouse, about 50 attended the meeting, which was held on a weekend so those who are mainly weekenders in Millbrook would have a chance to weigh in.

Oakleigh  Thorne opened the meeting with some updates on plans and details of the Thorne Building Community Center gaining 501 c(3) nonprofit status. 

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