This charming one-story, flat-roofed building, built of coursed, rock-faced stone, has a fivebay facade. Doors occupy the second and fourth bays, windows the others. Above each door a masonry panel with incised letters indicates what used to be within. The door on the right is simply marked City Hall; the one on the left says Lock-up, 1908. J. B. Maynard, Chief of Police. In 1997 municipal offices moved to a far more pretentious town hall ( MI7).
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City Hall and Lock-Up
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