Greenville’s Main Street remains closed, no plan for reopening

Protestors at the Open the Streets Rally in Greenville, PA

GREENVILLE, Pa. (WKBN) – It has now been 71 days since a section of Main Street in Greenville was shut down, and there is still no plan in place to have it reopened.

Greenville Borough Manager Jason Urey said the borough is still talking with the owner of the old N.N. Moss building downtown.

Residents have been told the building could collapse. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has closed a 200-foot section of Main Street until the problem is fixed.

But Urey says there is still no plan to take care of the building at this time.

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