Mexico Library Window Restoration Project Begins

The Mexico Library will be doing some restorations starting tomorrow (Friday).

According to library director Christal Bruner the main building of the Mexico Library, which used to be the old post office is 102 years old and 2 large windows that face Jackson Street are original to the building.


The windows will be replaced by Heartland Restoration from Elsberry, MO.

The work begins tomorrow and on Monday they plan to bring a crane for the removal of the first 2 windows.

The process is scheduled to last at least 7-10 days.

The total cost of the project is estimated to be just over forty thousand dollars.

The library has contacted the City of Mexico to let them know as the corner of Jackson and Clark is a very busy intersection.

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