A recreation center built to honor veterans in the 1940s is being sold by the village of Cayuga.
The Citizen reports the Village Board Wednesday approved a measure to sell Cayuga Memorial Hall to Gemcole Properties Inc. for $126,000. The Manchester developer plans to turn the building into four to six apartments.
Village officials say the facility wasn’t only being used about two days a week for four months per year and cost a lot of money to maintain. It also didn’t meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act for public buildings. A 2018 review said the cost of repairs would be $508,780. There were three offers for the property. After going into executive session, the board chose the Gemcole offer.
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