The old elementary school on Michigan Avenue in Edgerton is now officially the new village office, after village employees moved in last week.
The village offices were formerly in the historic town hall, which was destroyed in a June 2010 storm, and then in the former middle school building on East River Street.
What once was a band room is now the council chamber.
There’s a new police-fire training room with Internet, PowerPoint projectors, white boards, chalk boards and bulletin boards.
The old school gymnasium is still exactly as it was when it was a school. Nothing has changed there. The gym will be opened for public use later this summer.
Also, playground equipment is still available outside.
The Bryan Times reports that Edgerton Village council is also working out a plan to lease eight empty rooms upstairs.
The renovation cost to the village was $800,000.