Weldon Residents Seek Answers About Elevator Repair

Weldon Residents Seek Answers About Elevator Repair

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(Greenfield, MA) – Over 40 residents of Greenfield’s Weldon Building crowded into a town hall meeting room last night to express their concerns to the Human Rights Commission about a repair project which will disable the building’s elevator for several weeks.  The building’s owners have agreed to  provide extra workers to help residents get up and down the stairs during the project. They’ve also offered to help secure temporary housing for residents who choose not to stay at the Weldon during the repairs, which could take four to six weeks.

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