Renovating City Hall, making it safer, part of ‘healing process’ for Taneytown after August ‘attack’

It’s been nearly six months since Taneytown’s City Hall suffered extensive damage when a man allegedly rammed his truck into it, significantly limiting its use since, and the municipality is in the process of rebuilding with the goal of making it safer. One side of the building is still boarded up. Acting City Manager James Wieprecht said City Hall suffered a lot of damage to the second floor and that the city wants to do more than just make repairs. “Damage was limited to the finance office, the lobby, a bit of the City Clerk’s office. (Carr. Co. Times) 

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