Construction Complete on Seminole’s New Community Building
The $2.5 million solar-powered building will house the Seminole Historical Society Museum.
SEMINOLE – The $2.5 million newly renovated, solar-powered Seminole Community Building at City Park, 7464 Ridge Road, was dedicated April 6 in a ceremony attended by Mayor Leslie Waters, Seminole council members, architect Mike Mason of Mason Blau & Associates and Vito DiRuggiero, vice president of Biltmore Construction.The community building will house the Seminole Historical Society Museum and also has a community room with enough seating for 250. The building will be available to rent for community activities and other events, like weddings and conferences. For information about the Seminole Historical Society, see seminolehistoricalsociety.org. For information about renting the building, call the city’s recreation department at (727) 391-8345 or go to myseminole.com. The picture, courtesy of Seminole Mayor Leslie Waters, shows the entrance to the building.
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