Volunteers Pitch In To Fix SPCA Roof

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The Jefferson County SPCA got a little help from its friends after having problems with a leaky roof over the winter.

Three businesses pitched in to redo the roof at the SPCA's  administrative office building on Water Street in Watertown.
 
The project cost upwards of $7,000. M and M Contracting did the job for free.
 
"We donate once a year to a good cause," said M and M's Mike McLane.
 
"We did the roof on the main building a couple years ago," McLane said. "They called me and said they needed a roof on this, so we decided to bring the crew down on a nice day and get it done."
 
"It's a small job, about 15 square, but it was well needed," said SPCA Vice President Leo Spink. "We limped through the winter last year with a couple leaks and it was time to do it."
 
Erie Materials and Pro Builders also donated materials and time.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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