City crews renovate portions of Bruton Memorial Library
PLANT CITY - Bruton Memorial Library recently had a minor facelift. City crews renovated the restrooms, office area, study rooms and entry way at the library at 302 W. McLendon St. The city saved about $9,000 by using its own crews to perform the work, City Manager Greg Horwedel said. The project included:
Replacing sinks and plumbing, installing baby changing tables, re-laminating countertops with new Formica and more in the restrooms
Deep cleaning tile floors and dyeing grout
Cleaning the building’s exterior.
The total renovation cost was about $7,427.
Additional work is under way or will be soon, including patching and painting study room walls and deep cleaning the air conditioning vents.
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