Five Years After Expansion, City Hall Getting Million Dollar Fix

Five years after a major expansion and over overhaul was completed, Jacksonville City Hall is receiving a million dollar fix.

Scaffolding now covers part of the building as work has begun to correct problems with that expansion that was finished in 2006. Those problems include water leaks and subsequent mold issues for city hall.

Plans include replacing scores of windows in the building and much of the brick facade that encases the New Bridge street building.

City hall was expanded and renovated at a cost of $7.3 million and the city is still in litigation with that contractor and architect over problems with their work.

Cost for this fix is estimated at $1.03 million.

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  • by Really!?! on Feb 8, 2012 at 04:13 PM
    Are we freakin serious??? Millions of dollars and the city hall building is the most important thing we can find to spend Allll that money on? Must be nice.
  • by Mike Location: Jacksonville on Feb 8, 2012 at 01:10 PM
    Both City Hall and the Jail are costing the Tax Payers more becouse City Officals did not do their Job of timely Inspections during Construction to prevent this the City Budget not the Tax Payers should foot the Bill reduce Pay cut Bennifits Charge the Inspectures who signed off to pay but why Should Tax Payers bail the City out if there is no Firing over this
  • by Anonymous on Feb 8, 2012 at 09:48 AM
    The new City Hall and the new county jail both require repairs, sounds like quality construction work. (sarcasm)

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