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Poor Folks Spend $12 million on New Palace
October 28, 2010 permalink
The folks who are too poor to feed the children in their care have just found $12,000,000 to start work on a new office building for children's aid in Kingston Ontario.
Half the audio was cut from the video. Maybe their editors don't think CAS spokesmen say anything worth listening to.
CAS GROUNDBREAKING: Right now it's just a big empty field
RIGHT NOW IT'S JUST A BIG EMPTY FIELD -- FULL OF WEEDS AND GRAVEL.
BUT THAT'S ABOUT TO CHANGE.
SHOVELS ARE IN THE GROUND AT THE SITE OF THE NEW CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY BUILDING ON DIVISION STREET.
THE 22 MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING WILL HAVE THREE FLOORS COVERING 70 THOUSAND SQUARE FEET.
PLANS INCLUDE A COMMUNITY MEETING ROOM FOR UP TO 180 PEOPLE, AND A DAYCARE.
C-A-S STAFF NOW WORK OUT OF TWO SEPARATE OFFICES -- AND THE NEW BUILDING WILL BRING THEM ALL TOGETHER UNDER ONE ROOF.
Source: CKWS-TV Kingston Ontario