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Wakefield Council envisions proposed city hall dreamscape

 

P.J. Glisson/Daily Globe

A COMPUTER simulation of a remodeled office for Wakefield city manager Richard Brackney is shown at a Monday meeting of the Wakefield City Council. The rendering by Architect John Larson of Gwinn was offered for consideration as part of an overall remodeling and expansion of the Wakefield City Hall. From left are city attorney Ray O'Dea and Brackney.

By P.J. GLISSON

news@yourdailyglobe.com

WAKEFIELD - Wakefield City Council members, as well as a group of Wakefield citizens, viewed a virtual computer rendering of a proposed City Hall renovation that includes an optional expansion to house a new city library, Monday evening.

Architect John Larson, who operates in Gwinn and Negaunee, and his colleague Mike Lempinen, an architectural designer, offered the slide show, which they emphasized was "schematic," rather than any attempt to "dictate" council decisions.

Within the proposal, much of the current City Hall floor plan would remain as is...



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