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Renovations at City Hall move close to completion
Rounded cement stands where crumbling cement stairs once contributed to the facade of City Hall. Lamp posts are the finishing touches for the outside of the building, City Administrator Phil Rath said. Renovations should be complete and staff moved back into the building in two weeks. (Times photo: Bridget Cooke)
MONROE - City Hall renovations are coming to an end, although officials are still uncertain when they will be allowed to leave their temporary placements scattered throughout the city and return to their permanent posts on 18th Street. City Administrator Phil Rath noted that City Hall's outside renovations are nearly complete, with lamp posts still needed as the finishing touches. The facade has been revamped for safety with updates to the cement steps and additional metal banisters, including a ramp cover installed over the entrance to the Parks and Recreation Department.