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Monkton news for Mar. 24

MONKTON — With a 250-person majority, the Monkton town voters supported a delay of the private sale of the 1859 Town Hall. As was written in the Monkton Town Report, residents have an opportunity to create a place for business and community on the Monkton Ridge. The town has an opportunity to preserve the historical legacy of our town icon. 

Please help us make this a place you would want to visit. Your input is valued because we want the community to value what is created. Drop in between 11 a.m. and noon on Saturday, March 26, at the Monkton Historical Society, 280 Monkton Rd., to share your vision for the 1859 Town Hall Museum and Community Center. If you can’t make it, please email any suggestions to [email protected].

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