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Youth group buys Rockland commercial property

By Stephen Betts | Jan 08, 2021

Rockland — Trekkers Inc. has bought a commercial building on Old County Road.

The sale of 325 Old County Road occurred Dec. 22 and was filed Jan. 5 in the Knox County Registry of Deeds.

The property was last used as the Covfefe Coffee and Gifts, which focused on pro-Trump items. The shop closed Nov. 4, the day after President Trump was defeated for reelection to President-Elect Joe Biden.

The sale price was $182,500. The building was owned by 325 Old County LLC whose sole member was Carrie Merchant.

Trekkers is an outdoor-based mentoring program that helps young adults discover and develop strengths through a six-year program that connects youths with participating adults.

Trekkers currently leases space at 58 Park St. in Rockland.

 

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Comments (4)
Posted by: Joe French's Quality Car Care | Jan 10, 2021 10:55

Welcome Trekkers!!!  So glad to have you as neighbors!!  Wonderful to have such a great organization across the street!!



Posted by: Crawford L Robinson | Jan 08, 2021 10:06

I was hoping it was going to be a pro-Biden store so I could finally get to shop there.



Posted by: DALE HAYWARD | Jan 08, 2021 09:16

Yes, unfortunately non taxable, but that is a great program and nice it is in Rockland.



Posted by: Elizabeth Dickerson | Jan 08, 2021 05:23

Fantastic news!!!!!!



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