Winona residents view new City Hall

WINONA — Residents got a chance Friday to look at their newly renovated City Hall.

The City Council approved the $1.8 million project two years ago. It included a 10,000 square-foot addition to the existing building, a new conference room, a copy room and extra storage space.

New windows were also installed.

The project was originally estimated to cost more than $2 million, but the city saved about $250,000 when an employee suggested a plan that didn’t require a temporary move to the Winona Knitting Mills.

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