The Waterloo Village Board has taken precautionary measures after an engineering consultant’s assessment flagged structural concerns with the village hall’s indoor parking area.
The Finger Lakes Times reports that the garage that served as an auto showroom for Eshenour Chrysler in the 1960s is being limited due to issues.
This indoor space has since been used by the Police Department for vehicle storage and as a secure entry to the station.
The consultant’s report, presented to the Village Board on Monday, indicated the garage’s integrity has diminished due to the prolonged weight of parked vehicles. The report also highlighted moisture issues in the basement, particularly beneath the Police Department.
While the board contemplates future housing alternatives for the Police Department, they’ve also initiated a request for repair proposals.
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