Local Government Center: Epping academy damage not from quake
“They don’t think there’s any evidence whatsoever to support the theory that the earthquake caused that damage,” he told selectmen at a meeting last week.
Selectman Tom Gauthier, board chairman, said the building has already been evaluated by engineers and that another engineering report wasn’t necessary.
The 130-year-old town-owned building was used as a school many years ago but has since housed the recreation department and was used by other community groups.
Selectman Jim McGeough said he didn’t want to “close the door” on discussions with LGC.
Selectmen agreed, saying they plan to gather figures on repair costs and then ask LGC to sit down with firstname.lastname@example.org
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