Turning Point Center plan set for review

THE TURNING POINT Center of Addison County is hoping to use the former St. Mary’s School building at 86 Shannon St. in Middlebury as a venue to deliver programming — and perhaps someday transitional housing — for people recovering from substance use disorder and other addictions.Independent file photo/John S. McCright

The Middlebury Development Review Board on June 12 will begin its review of a plan by the Turning Point Center of Addison County to relocate its substance-use disorder programming from 54 Creek Road to more spacious quarters at the former St. Mary’s School at 86 Shannon St.

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