The Town Hall foundation has been sealed and backfilled. We will soon see the building taking shape as walls go up, the floors go down and the roof goes on.
New windows and interior doors will be ordered in a couple weeks. Some of the windows from the old town hall will be reused in the upper south end of the new building. There will be double entrance doors opening into the main meeting room, just as in the old town hall. The Glen Haven Town Hall sign that hung on the front of the old building can also be reused.
A new donation request letter is being mailed the first week in February. Enclosed will be a financial report and a Giving Tree Form. (You may also download the form from this website) For a gift of $500 or more you may choose a pine cone or rock to have engraved with your name or sentiment or memorialize a loved one. If you have already made a donation of $500 or greater and would like to be included in our Giving Tree mural, please fill out and return the form and make note that you’ve already contributed.
This is a rough sketch of the wall mural to which the engraved pine cones and rocks will be attached.
We have a limited number of 2013 Flood Photo Books available and they are being offered at 50% off plus shipping. Click on the flood book page on this website for details.
See bottom of page for recent financial statement.
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Glen Haven Town Hall Financial Update
The Town Hall Project consists of 5 phases as follows:
Phase 1: Site Development/Foundation $147,583
Phase 2: Frame/Decks/Siding/Roof $97,901
Phase 3: Rough-in Plumbing/Elec/Heat/Insulation/Drywall $98,124
Phase 4: Interior Finishes w/community help $112,574
Phase 5: Final Plumbing/Well/Landscaping $52,833
Total Construction cost $509,015
Total Construction Cost $509,015
Architectural fees (proposed maximum cost) $39,000
Projected engineering cost (est. maximum) $35,000
Total Overall projected cost $583,015
Funding to Date:
The property was purchased in 2015 and fundraising efforts began in 2016. So far funding for the Town Hall project is as follows:
Income from individuals, organizations & corporations $303,103
Income from Grants $87,236
Income from Fundraising Activities $94,912
Total income to date $ 485,251
Land acquisition $100,000
Fundraising expenses, etc. $11,171
To date cost of site prep, County fees,
Architect and engineering fees* $84,177
Phase I $63,406
Total Expenses: $ 258,754
Total Project Cost $ 583,015
*less already paid costs – 147,583
Remaining construction costs $ 435,432
Funds Available – 227,979
FUNDS NEEDED $ 207,453