New Canaan mulling office building purchase for its police department, Board of Ed

TRD New York /
Aug.August 01, 2018 02:40 PM

The town of New Canaan is considering buying an office building for its police department and board of education, the New Canaanite reported. First Selectman Kevin Moynihan said the town is “very interested” in purchasing the 28,000-square-foot Unimin Building on Elm Street. The company that currently occupies the building plans to move and could lease space from the town as it relocates to another location, Moynihan said. It would be “very feasible to move both the Police Department and Board of Education” into the building, he added. [New Canaanite]


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