Lake Elsinore celebrates opening of new Public Works Administration building

Lake Elsinore Mayor Robert “Bob” Magee, center, prepares to cut the ribbon at Lake Elsinore’s new Public Works Administration building Monday, Nov. 15. Valley News/Courtesy photo
The city of Lake Elsinore celebrated the near completion of its new Public Works Administration building during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house event held Monday, Nov. 15.The remodel of the 6,000-square-foot old cabinet manufacturing building took a year to complete and cost the city $2.4 million.The energy efficient, state-of-the-art building features seven offices, two conference rooms, an elevator, a teaching and staff training room, four restrooms, locker rooms. Americans with Disabilities Act parking and access, new landscaping and an outdoor deck overlooking the yard.“As our community grows, so does the need for space to facilitate road improvements, landscaping, park maintenance and on-going public
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