Members of the Inter-local Pantheon Board met for what is likely to be the final time Tuesday afternoon, bringing an end to an effort now nearly a decade in the making.

Board members met briefly inside the Pantheon, 428 Main St., to pay the final claims associated with Phase I of the overall project, or the $2.5 million interior transformation of the historic theater-turned-co-working space.


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