Posts tagged "Renovation"
Digging deeper: Woodstock Town Hall project cost rises

Digging deeper: Woodstock Town Hall project cost rises

Voters in a 2007 referendum approved a renovation of Town Hall at a maximum cost of $1.6 million, but the estimated total price tag for the project, including preliminary expenses dating to 2004, has grown to $1.8 million. At a special meeting on November 27, the Woodstock Town Board approved a resolution to finance the...
Progress report: Town Hall project taking shape

Progress report: Town Hall project taking shape

The Town Hall renovation is proceeding more or less on schedule and within its allotted budget, leading Woodstock officials to envision a mid-January completion date for the project, which will expand and modernize the offices of the Police and Emergency Dispatch Departments and the justice court. Woodstock supervisor Jeremy Wilber; councilman Bill McKenna, who has...
Town Hall project making headway

Town Hall project making headway

In an informal update to the Town Board and members of the public, the newly appointed clerk of the works, or on-site manager, for the Town Hall renovation reported on August 21 that demolition work was under way and the project was on schedule for completion by the end of the year. Demolition began on...
Woodstock to install sprinkler system at Town Hall

Woodstock to install sprinkler system at Town Hall

A so-called flow test has determined that the water supply to Town Hall is sufficient to support a sprinkler system for fire protection, clearing the way for the installation of such a system in the 75-year-old building at 76 Tinker Street, which is in the early stages of a comprehensive renovation. The town will solicit...
Woodstock prepares for Town Hall makeover

Woodstock prepares for Town Hall makeover

With construction about to begin on the renovation of Town Hall, the Woodstock Town Board on July 10 finalized details of the long-awaited project, including the temporary relocation of the three municipal departments — police, emergency dispatch, and justice court — with offices in the building. Voting unanimously in each instance, the board passed four...