WILTON — The Adirondack Trust Co. branch, which was destroyed by fire during a 2017 snowstorm, recently celebrated its re-opening.
On the day of the fire, an intense snowstorm closed the bank early and an hour later five fire departments responded to the bank as it was consumed by flames. The cause of the fire was linked to a faulty electrical outlet.
The new branch at 650 Maple Ave. features 24-hour service with a drive-up ATM and several amenities, such as free Wi-Fi, in its new contemporary design. The branch is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
“It’s great to be back! We’re very excited about our new Wilton branch, and we invite everyone in the community to come and visit,” said Adirondack Trust Chairman Charles V. Wait Jr. “The branch has been designed specifically to help us serve our customers even better than before, with new technology as well as a beautiful interior and exterior that evokes the strength of the Adirondacks.”
The branch is managed by Assistant Treasurer Lynette Matt, who managed the branch before the rebuild.