ALEXANDER CITY, AL – Beginning Monday, July 19, the City Hall in Alexander City will open from 6:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
The cooling system that the entire building depends on is not working. It is reported that the system is broken beyond repair and will require a new one.
There is not a set day for when City Hall will return to its regular hours but will return to normal hours once the new system is installed.
INFORMATION SOURCE: City of Alexander City
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