Niles historic post office renovations may be coming soon

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The City Council in Niles looks like it’s finally ready to deliver a renovation to the historic Post Office building.

The work could cost upwards of $800,000 dollars, but would help the city move the Michigan Secratary of State‘s office in Niles into the building, according to the South Bend Tribune.

The city has owned the 107 year-old structure at 4th and Main Streets since 1983. It’s hoped that approval for the plan will happen at the end of this month, and the financing will be approved in December, in order to move forward.

Other state agencies have talked about sharing the facility with the Secretary of State.

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