CHESTERFIELD, NJ -
Chesterfield Township has released several artist's renderings of the future Municipal building at the site of the old Elementary School.
BCT is reporting the 13,000 square foot building is estimated to cost $5.5 million, according to Township Clerk Caryn Hoyer.
Hoyer told BCT, “Our town has definitely outgrown the size of the existing building.”
The new municipal building, designed by the Goldstein Partnership of Maplewood, Essex County, would house all municipal offices, the police, a room for public meetings, and community space that can be used by organizations such as Scouts, she said. The police and municipal wings will be in separate areas.
The current building, constructed in 1914, used to be the elementary school for Chesterfield children. WBNC has learned it might be used for the public works department after the municipal staff move to the new location, though that is still not determined.
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