Brownstown council reviews vision for courthouse square

The courthouse square will take on a new look next year after two buildings of a former feed mill are demolished.

Brownstown Town Council President John Nolting talked about his long-term vision for the site once a $155,000 federally funded project to do the work is wrapped up in July.

“I would like to see the town sell town hall to the fire department and build a new town hall across from the courthouse and make it match the architectural style of the library and the courthouse,” Nolting said. “That’s my long-term goal.”

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