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Only one developer has submitted a bid to renovate the vacant Reid and Hughes building in Downtown Norwich. City Purchasing agent William Hathaway says the Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development submitted a proposal by the Wednesday deadline.  The organization has been talking with city officials since last Fall about a plan that would convert the decaying structure into new retail and living space. The city has also received bids to tear down the structure. Aldermen approved demolition last October, but state historic preservationists have since blocked that move.  The Women’s Institute proposal will now be reviewed by the city planning office and the city manager.

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