Last week the Bangor City Council voted to devote space for a children's museum
Last week the Bangor City Council voted to devote space for a children's museum in the city-owned former Freese's department store building. The commitment to build the museum grew out of Partnerships for a Healthy Community, said project director, former state senator Sean Faircloth. A feasibility study has been done with $75,000 in seed money. The three upper floors of the six-story building would be renovated for senior citizen housing, and the University of Maine and the Maine College of Art have submitted proposals for the remaining space. Details.
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Harrison, Judy, "Last week the Bangor City Council voted to devote space for a children's museum" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3438.
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