MCSC Elevator Installation Underway

Mid-Columbia Senior Center’s long-awaited elevator has arrived, and the installation process is underway.  The elevator has long been a goal of the Center to improve access to the lower level of the building.  Joan Silver chaired the fundraising project, and she says it should increase use of the lower level.  Once construction is done, Silver says an inspection must be done before the elevator can be used, and a ribbon-cutting celebration is set for July 18 at 8:15 a.m.  The elevator, along with a 400-square foot building addition to house the Center’s Nu-2-U shop, cost about $400,000.  Silver noted the original Community Development Block Grant that built the Center 30 years ago was $386,000.

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