Selma council tables old town hall talk

After a discussion that, at times was spirited, the Selma Town Council voted to table its discussion of what to do with the old Town Hall building at 101 N. Raiford St.

The town hired Kenly appraiser Charles Hinnant to appraise the main town hall building and two adjacent buildings. The council agreed to pay Hinnant an amount not to exceed $2,000.

Hinnant submitted his appraisal of $157,000 for the entire property.

That’s when discussion began.

For more details, read this week’s issue of The Selma News.

Selma councilman Tommy Holmes opposes sale of old town hall.

1 Comment

  1. MIchael on April 19, 2017 at 5:08 pm

    Once again, Selma is committed to having abandoned buildings in downtown. Seriously, why aren’t they putting this on the market? It’s retarded to hold it, especially for sentimental reasons.

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