Friday, June 28, 2019
Stanley elected officials and several staff members break ground for the Town Hall addition.
New addition will double the size of Stanley Town Hall
When the Stanley Town Hall moved from its leased space on Main Street into a former bank building acquired by the town on Highway 27 South, town officials knew they would need to expand the building right away.
That project began Friday, June 28, 2019, with a ground-breaking ceremony for a 2,000-square-foot addition that will double the size of Town Hall. A new council chamber will be added, along with a conference room, more offices, a kitchen and restrooms.
Following a program under a tent on the site, town officials were first to break the ground, followed by several groups of staff members and members of the community.
Elected officials for neighboring cities and towns also attended, including Lowell Mayor Sandy Railey, McAdenville Mayor Jim Robinette, Belmont Mayor Charlie Martin and N.C. Sen. Ted Alexander from Cleveland County.