Norwalk YMCA to close

Officials with the Norwalk YMCA say they are closing for good on New Year's Eve. Officials say the 90-year-old building on West Avenue is too expensive to keep up. They say for now, current members

News 12 Staff

Nov 29, 2012, 6:04 PM

Updated 4,243 days ago

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Officials with the Norwalk YMCA say they are closing for good on New Year's Eve.



Officials say the 90-year-old building on West Avenue is too expensive to keep up.



They say for now, current members can go to other YMCAs across Fairfield County.



Norwalk officials say Norwalk Hospital is buying the building.


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