The Wamego City Commission gets an overview of proposed security enhancements to City Hall.
At Tuesday’s meeting, Architect Bruce McMillan and Associate Jenna Williamson presented the proposed plans for making City Hall a secure building.
The plan proposed all doors be secured with a control button to allow entry, and building a wall with bullet resistant windows over the existing counters, including the ADA counter.
The project is estimated to cost around $60,000.
The Commission decided to study the proposal and hold a special work session with McMillan on March 29th at 5 p.m.
In other business, Kansas Sampler Committee member Michele Crisler presented the City with its copy of the 48 page memory book of Wamego’s Kansas Sampler event.
The book contains 48 full-color photographs commemorating the event.
Crisler said there is a limited supply available to purchase by anyone interested for $25, and can be picked up at City Hall.