The town of Cornelius purchased the old Farmers Co. warehouse property on Catawba Avenue just west of police headquarters for $1.5 million for the future site of the Cornelius Arts Center.
The town of Cornelius purchased the old Farmers Co. warehouse property on Catawba Avenue just west of police headquarters for $1.5 million for the future site of the Cornelius Arts Center. Kate Stevens
The town of Cornelius purchased the old Farmers Co. warehouse property on Catawba Avenue just west of police headquarters for $1.5 million for the future site of the Cornelius Arts Center. Kate Stevens

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