Port Townsend: Council unanimously votes to proceed with City Hall annex and renovation

PORT TOWNSEND — The City Council voted Monday night to proceed with a $3.4 million project to build a City Hall annex and restore parts of the old City Hall.

The council voted 6-0 to move forward with the project, approving resolutions in support of an annex of up to 10,000 square feet to house city administrative offices behind City Hall, 540 Water Street.

The plan also includes funds for renovating up to 3,000 square feet of office space inside City Hall for city use, plus seed money to look at a large-scale restoration of City Hall, itself.


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