Morrisville Leaders Vote To Save Original Town Hall
Posted January 7, 2003
MORRISVILLE, N.C. — Morrisville will bring new life to its old town hall.
Monday, commissioners unanimously voted in favor of restoring the 130-year-old building, which was used as a church for more than 100 years. The building was converted to the town's first town hall in 1976.
The condemned building is sagging and has been through a fire.
Instead of demolishing the building, commissioners directed a staff to develop a restoration plan and make a monthly progress updates.
They also allocated $150,000 that could be used toward the restoration.