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New England News
Fri November 2, 2012
Springfield Puts Two Tornado Damaged Buildings Up For Sale
Two city owned buildings heavily damaged by the June 1, 2011 tornado are being put up for sale in Springfield. WAMC”s Paul Tuthill reports
Springfield city officials plan to sell a former elementary school and a former state armory building, both located on the same street in the south end of downtown . Both buildings are located in the area where MGM Resorts International has proposed an $800 million resort casino. The former armory building was home to the city’s south end community center. The center is relocating. The school building had been unused for several years before it was damaged by the tornado. Bids for the two properties are due by December 7.