Bordentown City Commissioner Zigmont Targonski shows a door that replaced a window to add an additional means of egress (leading to a fire escape) as required by code in the second floor meeting room inside the Bordentown Old City Hall on Crosswicks street in Bordentown City on Wednesday, June 13, 2012. The light colored wood is a patch that will be covered by stairs and a p[platform that will allow access to the new door. The city reveals its 'new' Old City Hall to the public this weekend after four years of renovations. City Hall moved in the 1960s, and the building has been unoccupied since then. Bordentown hopes to use the restored Old City Hall as a museum or visitor's welcome center. Martin Griff / The Times of Trenton.
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