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Walls going up for new Claxton city hall


Contractors have made quick work of putting up the walls on the new building in the last two weeks, experiencing few weather related delays. Trusses for the roof are set to arrive in the next couple of weeks.
 

Above, one of the features the city is most proud of is the addition of a drive thru window for residents to pay their utility bills. The drive thru runs parallel to Marguerite St.
 
Walls going up for new Claxton city hall
Building to be finished in November


By Sarah Tarr
Enterprise Editor
editor@claxtonenterprise.com

The City of Claxton’s new city hall building project is picking up speed - workmen with Paul Akins Company started putting the walls up last week, and trusses for the roof are expected to arrive within two weeks.
Mayor Luther Royal, City Administrator Gayle Durrence, and city council members broke ground for the 7,000 square foot complex just last month after awarding a bid of $1 million for the wood frame, brick building to Paul Akins Company.


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