Milford officials re-imagining first floor of Town Hall
According to Town Administrator Guy Scaife, the new $2.2 million ambulance facility on Elm Street is nearing completion, coming in on time and on budget, and should be ready for occupancy by the end of November. The town’s two new ambulances are also scheduled to be delivered now that there’s space to accommodate them.
The building’s electrical system and heating and cooling systems need to be evaluated in order to determine whether major components need to be replaced. Scaife said that heating and cooling definitely needs to be zoned in the building to help regulate temperatures, and there are a number of code issues that will have to be addressed if renovations are to happen.
What is yet to be determined is how much the renovations and improvements at Town Hall will cost, though a team from Sheerr McCrystal Palson Architecture is analyzing the design proposals to come up with estimated costs, hopefully by next month, Scaife said.
In coming years, the town will also be looking at renovations to the fire station and at the library, but for next year, Town Hall is at the top of the list.
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