Workers with Cord Moving and Storage dolly office furniture back into the newly renovated Belleville City Hall. The renovations to city hall, located at 101 S. Illinois St., are complete and city hall will be open to the public on Monday, Oct. 9. City meetings have already started back in their original locations, visit www.belleville.net for more information.
Workers with Cord Moving and Storage dolly office furniture back into the newly renovated Belleville City Hall. The renovations to city hall, located at 101 S. Illinois St., are complete and city hall will be open to the public on Monday, Oct. 9. City meetings have already started back in their original locations, visit www.belleville.net for more information. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com
Workers with Cord Moving and Storage dolly office furniture back into the newly renovated Belleville City Hall. The renovations to city hall, located at 101 S. Illinois St., are complete and city hall will be open to the public on Monday, Oct. 9. City meetings have already started back in their original locations, visit www.belleville.net for more information. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com

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