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Thursday, October 19, 2006

Contract awarded for Medfield senior center


Braintree-based Northeast Interiors has won the $2.6 million contract to build the town's first senior center.

Plans for the Adult Community Center call for an 8,000 square-foot building resembling a barn on a vacant piece of land off of West Mill Street between Adams and Harding streets.

A new street, which will be named Icehouse Road will be built with a railroad crossing to access the site.

The building will allow seniors to move out from a single room in the Pfaff Center, which hosts space for a variety of community groups. Construction is expected to require about one year to complete.

-- Charlie Russo

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