Atascadero’s offices rotate into the Rotunda

City Administration Building grand reopening is set for Aug. 20 at the Sunken Gardens

tstrickland@thetribunenews.comAugust 9, 2013 

Michael Cheer, left, and Nate Inman of Furniture Installation Team move cubicle pieces into City Hall in Atascadero.

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Atascadero’s city offices will continue their move between city halls next week before the City Administration Building’s grand reopening Aug. 20 at the Sunken Gardens.

On Friday, the offices of the city manager and public works began their transition into the rehabilitated building, which has been closed for repairs since the 2003 San Simeon Earthquake.

For the past decade, city offices have been operating in a former bowling alley building at Colony Square.

That location will remain open to the public as city hall through Thursday. On Friday, offices will be closed per the city’s normal Friday schedule. Then, on Monday, Aug. 19, both city hall buildings will be closed while offices transition their phone and Internet lines.

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