Granby Town Hall quarters move after problems cited with Aldrich Hall offices
Granby has a town government that’s on the move — to new quarters.
The former Aldrich Hall offices of the Select Board, Building Inspector Don Demers, Treasurer Steven R. Nally and Town Administrator Christopher Martin have relocated to the Council on Aging Building at 10 West State St.
The offices will be located on the building’s second floor. The first floor serves as COA offices and the town’s Senior Center.
The municipal offices moved last week and will re-open for business on Monday.
The move marks the end of Aldrich Hall as a town government building. The building at 257 East State St., which has structural and other problems, was used to temporarily house municipal offices after Town Hall, also known as Kellogg Hall at 250 State St., developed problems with its heating system.
Aldrich Hall, a large, white former farmhouse, will be demolished. Granby Community Access and Media, the town’s community television station, previously relocated from the second floor of Aldrich Hall to 121 East State St.
Offices for the Board of Assessors, Health Department, Town Collector Karen M. Stellato and Town Clerk Katherine A. Kelly-Regan remain at the Town Hall Annex, 215B West State St.
— ETTA WALSH