Milton won't buy Burdick building
A plan to relocate most of the city of Milton’s municipal offices into the former ANGI Energy Services building has fizzled, officials said.
On Tuesday, the Milton City Council summarily scrapped a conceptual plan to purchase and renovate the vacant, privately-owned Burdick building at Madison Avenue and Plumb Street and turn it into a city services center.
The move came after an independent study released this month showed it would cost at least $9.7 million to renovate the 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility for city use, according to city records.
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