City Building Repairs – Lewiston ME

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The mayors address in the 1933 town report mentions a Civil Works Administration project for repairs at the 1892 baroque revival style building. “City building is now being rewired, painted and varnished as you may see.” This project was part of $239,193.23 spent in the city for unemployment relief.

The mayor’s address in the 1934 town report mentions an E.R.A. project for modernizing the wiring in City Building.

Source notes

Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenses of the City of Lewiston, Maine

Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on October 24, 2017.

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Location Info


27 Pine St.
Lewiston, ME 04240

Coordinates: 44.0950988, -70.21553740000002

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