The Williamston City Council is deciding what should be done with its community center, a building that's becoming more and more expensive to maintain.
The building, which was home to the old high school, now houses a senior center and the library. A leaky roof, poor heating and a cracked foundation gave raised maintenance costs.
The city is weighing several options including renovation, demolition or moving the center to another location.
Tonight at five, News 10's Lorne Fultonberg reports what the city's seniors and library users want to see happen.