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City expected to vote on selling warehouse

February 14, 2007|by DAN DEARTH

The City Council introduced on Tuesday an ordinance that, if passed, would allow the city to sell the Tusing Warehouse at 58 E. Washington St.

City Economic Development Director Deborah Everhart said the council will vote at its Feb. 27 meeting whether to sell the warehouse for $110,000.

Hagerstown developer Milton N. Stamper has expressed interest in buying the property.

According to the development plan, renovations to the warehouse include building an events center on the first floor for conferences, recitals and art shows. The second floor would be converted into a space for banquets, weddings and other activities for private and community groups.

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