Old City Hall in Bordentown set to reopen

    After four years of renovations, one of Bordentown, New Jersey’s historic gems will open its doors once again.

    The Times of Trenton reports Old City Hall, which was built in the 1880s, will reopen this weekend to the public.

    Organizers of the renovation project say the 19th-century building was in need of major work and at one point was in danger of partially collapsing.

    According to the Times of Trenton, the project included everything from restoring the building’s floors to painting its walls and even recreating a column from plaster casting.

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