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SpringHaven Inc. is looking for more room to accommodate its clients.
The domestic violence shelter is planning to add eight more bedrooms, four new bathrooms and a more user-friendly dining hall as part of an extensive expansion to upgrade its facilities, said Assistant Director Tanya Thomas.
Thomas said the renovation is needed to offer more space for the women and children who call the facility home and create a better living environment.
“We just need more space,” she said.
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