Somerville To Receive State Grant

The City of Somerville is expected to receive an $18 million state grant to build an expansive, three-story library facility in Union Square, replacing the aging central location on Highland Avenue.


The three-story 69,338 square foot structure will be located between Somerville Avenue and Washington Street near the city's public safety building.

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