Warner Robins City Hall Under Renovation | News
Warner Robins City Hall became a construction zone over the weekend.
Mayor Chuck Shaheen says the city is in the process of $75,000 worth of renovations.
Crews ripped out the counter where people pay bills and do most of their city business.
The offices in that area have been temporarily moved to other locations throughout city hall.
Signs direct customers to the temporary locations for water, sewer and natural gas service.
Shaheen says the work will make the area more secure for employees who deal with the public and provide faster service to customers.
He said, "I just don't like lines. When I come out here and I see three or four lines, I'll go get Mr. Mattox and get more people out here. This way people will be able to sit. When they get ready, their number will be called, and they can come and sit in front of an employee to be able to turn on their water, sewer or natural gas. It's going to be safer, more efficient and a little bit private, too."
Shaheen says the work will take about three weeks to complete.