Employees at the KeyBank in Clinton had a ribbon-cutting to mark the end of three months of renovations to the building at 2 Franklin Ave. The circular building, built in the 1980s as Homestead Savings Bank, was known as the Igloo for its white exterior paint. Along with making changes inside, the facility is now accessible to the handicapped. Taking part were Ron Klein, Jackie Walters of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce, Michelle Frost, Cheryl Eldred, Sara Burdge, Clinton Mayor John Crossley, Branch manager Tammy Chilluffo, Judy Rowlands and Keytoon.
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