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City Council considers leasing former WIC building to Friends of Danbury Library

A committee of the Danbury City Council is looking into a lease agreement with the Friends of the Danbury Library.  The group wants to use the first floor of a building on Main Street for their services and operations.  The building at 13 Main Street used to house the WIC program.  Friends co-president Karen Chambrovich said during the committee meeting earlier this month that the main use would be for book collections for their annual book sale. 


It would be a 10-year agreement, with the Friends of the Danbury Library paying the City $1.  Two 5 years option extensions would be offered at $1 each. 


The ad hoc committee delayed making a decision until they have more information from the Public Buildings Department about the annual utility costs.  They also want to wait for a decision on whether the City will pay for utilities or if the Friends group will be paying.

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