After Innovative Masonry Restoration, LLC out of Kansas City, began working on the water sealing project at City Hall, they realized that there were a few more problems than originally anticipated.

After Innovative Masonry Restoration, LLC out of Kansas City, began working on the water sealing project at City Hall, they realized that there were a few more problems than originally anticipated. It seems they will be tuck pointing the brick, and replacing six lintels above the windows, along with the water proofing work to the masonry. Chuck Greever from planning and zoning said that they found that the originals were worn down to rust, after the contractors began working on the walls. Another issue found was the south wall above the roof line on the exterior of the building. The wall was leaning badly and the crew took it down about two feet, and stabilized it. The project that started in early September was originally scheduled to be completed in November, but has been extended to be finished in December.