Goffstown CIP Committee debates completing ADA requirements at Grasmere Town Hall
Assistant Town Administrator Derek Horne said that, in 2004, the Historic District Commission obtained a grant that allowed it to have plans drafted for an addition to the building, which would include an Americans with Disabilities Act-approved elevator. An elevator has yet to be added. The elevator, new entrance and ADA-approved bathroom need to be added to bring the building up to code.
However, she expressed reservations about proceeding.The Historic District Commission decided on a strategy in 2007 to first fix up the main theater at Grasmere and get it back in use for the community.
Dubrulle made a motion to move the $25,000 needed for the improvements to make the building ADA accessible out to 2020. Planning Board representative Jim Raymond dissented, saying there’s still a need for the improvements. School Board representative Ben Hampton concurred.
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