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Hawkins Corner Construction Plugging Right Along

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/22/2013

Construction is on schedule for the new home for the District Five Area Agency on Aging and several other agencies.

Communications Manager Bev Rosich says crews are making great progress on remodeling the former Hawkins Market at the corner of Park Avenue West and Lexington-Springmill Road in Ontario.

Work started last fall and will be completed by April 30th.

The Agency on Aging, Habitat for Humanity, Experience Works, a Third Street Clinic satellite, the Alzheimer's Association, and the Visiting Nurse Association's mental health division will start moving in May 15th.

Rosich says the construction workers for the $3.4-million project have been fantastic, working through the winter without having cold and snowy weather slow them down.

A ribbon-cutting and grand opening will be held June 11th.

   
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