The improvements, which haven’t been approved, would piggyback off officials bolstering Township Hall’s main entrance — costing about $25,000 — a year ago.
“The building belongs to the residents of this township, and it is the trustees’ responsibility to preserve and maintain it for future generations,” trustee Charles Scott said.
Among the tentative improvements discussed:
• Updating the existing restrooms and adding a handicap-accessible one.
• Modernizing the fiscal and zoning departments.
• Replacing the heating, venting and air conditioning and electrical systems
• Adding insulation and replacing windows.
Trustee Dianne Rozak said officials will take their time to make a decision on the project’s scope and funding.
Trustees have yet to determine the potential costs or a timeline.