Former Waterloo convent to house homeless women

The St. Mary’s convent was built in 1964 to shelter nuns who taught at the former St. Mary’s School. While the Sisters of St. Joseph departed long ago, the building at 23 Center St. will once again serve as a shelter — this time for homeless women.

The current occupant of the former convent, the Cayuga-Seneca Community Action Agency, has raised enough grant money to rehabilitate the building into an emergency shelter for up to nine women who have lost their housing for various reasons.

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