City Hall #4

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City Hall #4

City Hall 4

This is the current City Hall. It was built in 1935 and designed to be fireproof. This building is of Georgian Colonial design, houses an auditorium able to hold 900 people, and contains, it its 80 foot tower, the bell from the original Opera House.

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City Hall 4

City Hall 4

City Hall 4

City Hall 4

City Hall 4

City Hall 4

 

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