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Easthampton to Sell Old School

Easthampton Mayor Michael Tautznik Photo: WHMP/Denise Vozella

Easthampton to Sell Old School

Easthampton wants to sell the former Parson Street School.  The turn-of-the-century brick building on two acres of land is assessed for a million dollars.  It stopped being used as a school in 2003.  Mayor Mike Tautznik says the city spends $30,000 a year just to maintain the building.

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