There will be a public information session about the Nelson Town Hall and Library Basement projects on Saturday, December 7th at 11 AM in the Nelson Town Hall. Come hear about the latest plans and provide feedback. Construction could begin as early as April 15th so your opinion now is important. More details about this meeting will be added closer to the event.
The town of Nelson is engaged in planning renovations to various town buildings in the Village. These renovations are driven by safety concerns, overdue maintenance and repairs, and improved usability for various town functions and for the townspeople.
This page will be updated periodically with reports on various projects, as well as links to documents such as architectural drawings.
The projects currently in planning stages are:
- the town hall (shoring up the foundation, drainage)
- library basement (to finish and make useable and publicly accessible)
This project is being managed by the town buildings committee: David Upton (Chair), Russ Thomas (Vice-Chair), Lisa Sieverts (Secretary), Rob Germeroth, Susan Hansel, Bob Lenox, Sandy Mackenzie and Bert Wingerson. Eric Sandberg serves ex officio as liaison to the Planning Commission. Meeting minutes are available at http://www.minutes.townofnelson.com/town-buildings-committee.
The Town Of Nelson solicited Statements of Qualifications and Bids from architectural firms to provide professional architectural services to the Town and to serve in the role of Architect of Record for the Nelson Town Hall Renovation and Library Basement Improvements projects.
Paul Hemmerich of PHDesign was selected as the Town’s Architect for 2013-14.
Click on the links below to download specific documents.