Wayne Senior Center May Move
The organization that caters to senior citizens is in talks with Radnor Township about moving into its space.
The Wayne Senior Center and Radnor Township are exploring the possibility of moving the senior citizen organization into the underused municipal building.
Radnor's township building is operating at "an inefficient 39% utilization rate," which includes the use by its tenant of two years PAISBOA, said manager Bob Zienkowski.
"The inefficient use coupled with the extraordinary expense for constructing and maintaining this building has kept us looking for ways to offset our day-to-day operating expenses for this facility," Zienkowski told Radnor Patch.
No definitive decision has been made, he said. Background work is required in addition to ensuring that the center’s activities would work in the space that would be available.
"Parking and access are just a few issues that would have to be considered as we explore this opportunity with the Wayne Senior Center," Zienkowski said.
The center currently occupies a township-owned building on Station Road in downtown Wayne.
Wayne Senior Center executive director Susan Shapiro said they are "really excited about the possibilities."
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