New NH Village Hall open house setThe North Hudson Village Hall expansion and remodeling project is finished. With receipt of the "owner’s manual" from Derrick Construction, Trustee George Klein announced that an open house is set for Thursday, April 24, from 3 to 8 p.m.
The North Hudson Village Hall expansion and remodeling project is finished.
Trustee George Klein, chair of the Building Management Committee, held up a very thick ring binder at the Village Board meeting last Tuesday that he called “the owner’s manual” from Derrick Construction, which signified the end of the project.
Klein said that everything is documented in the book so that long after the current trustees have passed on to a better reward, there is a record of who did what and where throughout the building.
With receipt of the owner’s manual, Klein announced that an open house is set for Thursday, April 24.
“The open house will run from 3 to 8 p.m.,” Klein said. He noted that the hours were set with the idea in mind that mothers picking up kids from school could swing by and have a look at the new structure.
Klein gave credit to the members of the BMC for the success of the project and particularly singled out Trustee Marc Zappa for his input.
The original part of the Village Hall building on the north side of the main entrance held an open house upon its completion Sunday, March 20, 1966. The 54-by-40 foot building was constructed for $34,506.91.
Residents voted in favor of approving $760,000 on Nov. 7, 2006, to remodel the Village Hall. The new addition is about 3,000 square feet.