The old U.S Army Reserve Center in Enterprise has an entirely new mission. The army has donated the brownstone building on Mill Avenue to be used by the city.
Mayor Kenneth Boswell says it'll allow a needed expansion of the town's water department.
Mayor Boswell says he hated to see the reserve center leave following a brac recommendation last year.
He adds the building saves the city more than one-million dollars in construction costs.
"At this time we are quickly running out of space at city hall... we are also filled to capacity at the water works department on Main Street, no room at that particular facility," said Mayor Boswell.
The new building is expected to alleviate overcrowded conditions for water department maintained crews at its current site on Main Street.
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