Central official: Renovated depot nearly ready to open

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

CENTRAL — The Central Train Depot is nearly ready to reopen after a several-year renovation effort.

The only thing lacking, Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe said recently, is putting in up to four Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant parking spots.

“We can’t open it up to the public until we get that,” Mishoe told The Journal during a recent tour of the facility.

A train depot committee was created in 2016 to help in the renovation efforts. The cost for the Central Depot Heritage Park project is estimated at $1.2 million and, in addition to an amphitheater, the bathrooms will be made ADA compliant. The facility is expected to be used as an event space for

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