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The vestry of St. James Episcopal Church is expected today to decide the fate of the 150-year-old Main Street landmark.
Portions of the church's walls caved in during the summer of 2008, forcing the congregation to hold services at other locations in town.
Now, after receiving a report on cost estimates for refurbishing the building, located on the corner of Main Street and Taconic Avenue, the vestry, a group comprised of parishioners, will decide from three options -- repair the facility; demolish the buildings and erect a new structure; or sell the property with or without the existing buildings.
More time may be needed
The Rev. Frances A. Hills, the church's rector, said the 10-member vestry will probably decide today which option -- or a possible combination of options -- to go with, though more time may be needed.
"Hopefully we'll have something, but we may decide that we need to discern a little longer," said Hills.
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