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Hilbert public to weigh in on bathrooms

The Brillion News

HILBERT - The Hilbert Village Board and its Park and Recreation Committee are looking at replacing the Civic Park public bathrooms with a new facility.

On Monday, September 14, they're asking the public to weight in on the project - and its scope and cost - at a public round-table meeting at 5 p.m. at the Hilbert Community Center at Fifth and Cedar Streets.

A representative of Keller Structures will be there. The village board, on Tuesday, September 8, agreed to hire Keller for $1,500 to look at design and cost options for the freestanding bathroom building located at the center of Civic Park.

The current building is old, barebones, and settling. It does not comply with public bathroom facilities requirements covered by the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). The new building would likely be built on the same spot as the current one.

Funds for the project could come under the village's 2021 budget, which is in the process of being developed now.

[Pictures accompanying this post show Keller's Devin Flanigan making a presentation to the Hilbert Park & Recreation Committee, and Flanigan looking inside the current men's bathroom.]


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