APPLETON, WI (WTAQ) - After ten months in temporary offices, Outagamie County workers are now back at home in a newly remodeled and upgraded Administration building.
The downtown Appleton building went under a $6.3 million overhaul that opened up 2,800 square feet of space, replaced outdated electrical wiring, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and removed asbestos.
A majority of the county’s departments are located in the building.
The county rented space for offices in the basement of the City Centre East for the past year.
County Executive Tom Nelson says keeping county services at a central location improves efficiency and provides costs savings.