Hull City Officials Planning Next Steps After Receiving Insurance Settlement From November Fire
Date posted - February 16, 2012
The City of Hull has reached an agreement with their insurance company regarding the former city office and maintenance building that was destroyed in a fire last November. City officials report that the city received $550,000 from the insurance company for damages incurred in the fire.
Now the city has a choice to make. They could rebuild on the current site, or find a new location for the offices and maintenance shop. The preference at this time seems to be keeping the facilities together.
The next step is to demolish the remains of the old building. They will take bids for that work. And the city is also advertising for an architect to help them plan what a new facility might look like.
By Scott Van Aartsen
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