MARION — Asbestos, cramped confines and overpriced accommodations were trigger enough to get a renovation going.

Officials in Marion investigated the problems and came up with solutions to offer city staffers a better work environment at a better price, Mayor Victor Contreras said. He said the city will get rid of a portable building housing city employees once renovations at the old city hall and municipal court buildings are complete.

Dalondo Moultrie is the assistant managing editor of the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail him at dalondo.moultrie@seguingazette.com .

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