While music blared from the annual fiesta from across the river, local leaders cut the ribbon on Saturday for a veterans service center on Douglas Avenue.
The center will be in the old armory, which was severely damaged in a fire in 1993 and has been sitting vacant ever since.
According to a press release, the state appropriated $650,000 for the project three years ago. The city has been the fiscal agent for the money.
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