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Undergoing renovation

Gloucester’s Buildings and Grounds Department has been in the process of replacing the windows in the Gloucester Active Lifestyle Center, at left. Center manager Pam Allen said that there may be a disturbance of asbestos around the windows, so workers were required to wear hazmat suits while a portion of the work was being completed. Originally, the center was to be closed for two days, but the work may continue for longer. Center participants were housed in the Daffodil Gardens Community Room on Monday and they were expected to be housed there again on Wednesday. ...

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