Greenville is building a $1.5M child care center


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GREENVILLE, Maine — After the only major child care center in Greenville announced it was closing in December 2021, area leaders and residents came together to renovate it and keep it running. Now they’re planning to build a $1.5 million facility to serve more families.

The facility will be built on Greenville Consolidated School grounds, on the site of the former elementary school that was demolished about a decade ago, because infrastructure for water, heat and other necessities remain. It will include early child care space for 70 children, prekindergarten classrooms and recreational programming for kids and adults. 

Those behind the project — which secured $1.5 million in federal funding after the 2023 omnibus spending bill passed last month — say it was designed to solve multiple problems in Greenville and surrounding communities. 


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