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Mail Tribune 100

Jan. 23, 1915

Editorial: Councilman Medynski is agitating the building of a town hall to supplement the present building, long since outgrown.

Such a building, he estimates, can be erected at a cost not to exceed $5,000, the two side walls already being built. The city already owns the site. This will provide suitable ground-floor offices for the recorder, treasurer, water department and other offices which the people visit monthly, and provide space for the offices of the city engineer, electrical inspector, etc., and enable a commodious town hall for council meetings and public gatherings.

The need of a larger quarters is apparent to all. For two years outside rooms have had to be rented, and even the council chamber appropriated for office use. As the fire department grows, it also requires more space.

While economy is the order of the day, it can be carried too far, and it is a false economy that fails to provide suitable office room in any line of business.

A new city hall should be viewed in the line of an investment and a resource, an enlarging of business facilities to meet demands. Besides, Medford is the only city in the valley without a commodious town hall.

By all means, let us have that town hall — we need it.

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