Claremont seeks a future for old Goodwin Community Center
The Goodwin Community Center was replaced earlier this year with the opening of the new Claremont Savings Bank Community Center.
“We need changes in the trust,” he said. The Goodwin Community Center has buildings built in the 1800s, 1950s and 1970s, with an indoor pool built in the 1950s and a 50-person capacity function hall.
If the trust is changed for non-recreational uses the City Council could entertain offers from the public to purchase the building for a use other than recreation, he said, which would allow the city to sell the building.
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