ROCK CREEK — Village hall has a whole new look after renovations spurred by the coronavirus pandemic were recently completed.
Rock Creek Village Administrator Tedy Butte said officials thought it would be a good idea to reduce daily conduct with the public, but still serve residents at the hall.
He said they decided to put in a pay window so officials collecting bills would not have to have as much personal contact with the public. He said they believe it would keep workers and customers safe.
Butte said J.V. Construction and Dumperth Roofing worked together on the project and Solteste Builders helped coordinate a renovation that also included a re-working of the front of the building with new siding.
The project was partially paid for with COVID-19 relief funds, Butte said. He said the project cost a total of about $7,000.
The siding is a new style that looks like brick but is actually a plastic siding. He said there are sometimes three employees in the building and the new design will help keep people safe.