By David Pan 

City Council pondering the future of Hawthorne Hall

It will cost close to $600K to bring the building fully up to code


Last updated 11/11/2020 at 12:29pm

Beacon file photo by Madeline Coats

The City Council is considering whether to sell Hawthorne Hall or spend money to bring the building fully up to code so the community and/or city departments can use the facility.

The future of Hawthorne Hall remains up in the air.

A structural condition assessment report, authorized by the City Council, indicated that it will cost $587,217 to bring the building fully up to code. The actual cost with taxes, architect/engineering fees and other associated development expenses likely would bring the final bill to about $750,000.

The report by OTAK, Inc., was formally delivered to the council at its Oct. 12 meeting.

Hawthorne Hall, at 1134 Second St., was built in the early 1920s by volunteers and has been owned by the city since the 1950s. The Mukilteo Boys & Gir...

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