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City Moving Forward with Carver Center Renovation 2.0

April 27th, 2021 by WCBC Radio

The Cumberland Mayor and City Council are moving forward with plans to invest $200,000 to renovate the Carver Community Center. The building has seen significant vandalism and damage  in the years since the facility was closed. The restoration will be the second rehab of the facility located at 340 Frederick St. More then $1.5 million was invested into the building in the early 2000s to convert the former Carver High School into a community center. That effort ended in 2011, leaving city officials at a loss as to the future of the structure. Mayor Ray Morriss said that the appointing a new board of directors to oversee operations is a top priority…