Work begins on new municipal hall in Logan Lake

Demolition work has begun on the District of Logan Lake’s $1.4-million upgrade to its municipal hall.

Work started on Tuesday on the project that will see the community’s old firehall turned into a space for a wellness and youth organization as well as new council chambers, entrances and meeting space.

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“We’re very excited to see this important project underway, as it provides much needed new space for WHY [Wellness, Health and Youth] and for the district,” Mayor Robin Smith said.

“It also opens up valuable community space in our recreation centre that can be made available for special events.”

The project is not expected to impact daily operations for the district and is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.

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