CHESTERFIELD, N.H. — William Penny told the Reformer the new facility being built in Chesterfield will be a 7,420-square-foot space that serves as an “office/store/indoor display area” that will allow his workers to show inventory to potential customers without exposing them to the outdoor elements. The project also will include paving once the building is erected, though it is not certain when that will happen.
“It’s going to be gorgeous. We won’t have to show people around in the snow and the rain and on the gravel. … I’m so excited,” he told Reformer, adding that it will feature bathrooms for customers. “This will take us, hopefully, to the next level.”
Chesterfield Code Enforcement Officer/Town Building Inspector Chet Greenwood said Penny got approval from the town’s Planning Board in 2008. He said he is pleased the development will add to Chesterfield’s tax base, Reformer reports.
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