Norwalk purchasing building

The city took the next step Tuesday night toward buying the old armory at 32 W. Monroe St. from the state, but Mayor Sue Lesch warned that the entire process might take up to a year. Norwalk's park and recreation department uses the building for indoor soccer, children and adult basketball, dodgeball and storage.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

The city took the next step Tuesday night toward buying the old armory at 32 W. Monroe St. from the state, but Mayor Sue Lesch warned that the entire process might take up to a year.

Norwalk's park and recreation department uses the building for indoor soccer, children and adult basketball, dodgeball and storage.

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