The Georgetown City Council building is getting a much needed facelift. The Government has pledged the sum of 100 million dollars for emergency repairs to be executed on the city council building which is one of the heritage landmarks in the country.
The emergency work is expected to begin soon once a contractor would have been finalized for the job and the government keeps to its pledge.
Several sections of the colonial style building have been falling apart over the past few years. The government is hoping that other interested parties and groups could play their part and make pledges towards the City Hall rehabilitation drive.
The City Council building was constructed in 1886 and has gone under several repairs over the years.
Filed: 9th October, 2014