Fuquay-Varina’s new $5.9 million Public Service Center will consolidate multiple public services and buildings at 1415 Holland Road. It will house the Public Utilities Department; the Public Works Department; and the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Maintenance Department. A ribbon cutting is Wednesday, June 1.
Fuquay-Varina’s new $5.9 million Public Service Center will consolidate multiple public services and buildings at 1415 Holland Road. It will house the Public Utilities Department; the Public Works Department; and the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Maintenance Department. A ribbon cutting is Wednesday, June 1. Paige Connelly pconnelly@newsobserver.com
Fuquay-Varina’s new $5.9 million Public Service Center will consolidate multiple public services and buildings at 1415 Holland Road. It will house the Public Utilities Department; the Public Works Department; and the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Maintenance Department. A ribbon cutting is Wednesday, June 1. Paige Connelly pconnelly@newsobserver.com

New Fuquay-Varina building consolidating town services

May 31, 2016 03:07 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2016 03:08 PM

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