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Mayor, city council moving during Durham City Hall upgrades

The first floor is complete, and newly renovated offices there will open Monday. Work on the second floor will begin May 27 and is expected to last approximately two months.

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DURHAM, N.C. — Renovations continue at Durham's City Hall.

The first floor is complete, and newly renovated offices there will open Monday.

Work on the second floor will begin May 27 and is expected to last approximately two months.

When that work starts, all the second-floor offices, including those of the mayor and city council, will be moved to temporary locations.

The offices of the mayor, city clerk and city attorney will be put on the third floor. City Council offices will find a home on the fourth floor.

During construction, parking at City Hall Plaza is extremely limited. City Hall visitors are advised to park at the Chapel Hill Street parking deck, across from City Hall, or in other nearby garages, lots and spaces on the street.

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