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‘Animal Save’ Buys Building

A Grass Valley organization that improves the lives of dogs and cats is expanding. ‘Animal Save’ just purchased the property at their current location at 520 East Main Street. Executive Director Carolyn Niehaus says they have just closed escrow, and are about to begin a remodel…

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They will also add office space, and expand their thrift store to both floors. Niehaus says there were a couple of ways they were able to afford to buy the building…

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Niehaus says the remodel will likely take four to six months to complete. ‘Animal Save’ has been in Nevada County for 14 years.

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