Harriman’s historic Temperance Building remains closed to the public despite a number of projects to stabilize it.
“We did some structural repairs on the building, but there are more that need to be made,” said Harriman Manager Kevin Helms.
The building was flooded at one point, and some areas still do not have carpet or tile.
The heat and air unit is not operable, and the plumbing lines were drained so they would not freeze, Helms said.
The last grant wrapped up some structural projects in the basement of the building.