After spending the better part of the last decade in cramped quarters, town staffers in Clover are about to get 2,000 square feet worth of more breathing room. Town Council has approved and inked a deal to purchase a vacant bank building that sits next door to the town’s offices on Bethel Street.
Town Manager Alison Harvey says it’s something that’s been on the mind of town staff dating back to her arrival in 2006.
Harvey tells WRHI the expansion means the town can move six employees into the former Old Bank building and have modern-day amenities like record storage and public bathrooms.
The new facility means six employees will move into the old bank building. The bank was purchased for approximately $171,00 down from a high of more than $300,000 several years ago.