Wellesley residents are invited to share their thoughts on restoring and renovating Town Hall at a public meeting in the very same building on Wednesday, September 12, at 7 p.m.
(We have more thoughts on the unfortunately titled “Wellesley Town Hall Visioning and Space Utilization Study.”)
Architectural firm McGinley Kalsow & Associates has been studying how to best rework the building for the benefit of staff and visitors, while addressing issues such as accessibility and character preservation.
Completed in 1886, the town hall (and one-time library) is on the National Register of Historic Buildings.
Exterior work has already been in process over the summer, as the current scaffolding suggests.