Thursday, November 16, 2006
If the Berlin Town Offices are only six years old, how come they're already having hot flashes?
In order to find out, the Berlin Board of Selectmen has hired a Sterling company to get to the bottom of problems with the heating and cooling system. The system has been plagued with consistency problems – with some offices being cold while others are hot – since the Linden Street building opened in the summer of 2000.
The town will pay First Mechanical $800 for some initial repairs and to complete a report detailing all of the work needed to bring the system up to date, according to the selectmen’s office. T
-- Jennifer Rosinski