Township Hall - Interiors

The township hall has two usable floors with an attic above the second floor. On the first floor, there are eight rooms (many shown below) including the community room with a kitchen, the council room, the Trustee room where the trustees currently meet, the furnace room, the old mayor's room and several bathrooms. On each side of the building is a staircase beside the front door that leads to the ballroom on the second floor. Although the building cornerstone was laid in 1876, the actual opening of the township hall wasn't until February 9, 1877 when the citizens of Milan celebrated the gala event. The Great Western Band Orchestra had an instrumental and vocal concert which was followed by an invitation only dance in the ballroom. We've shown the ballroom in panorama's photos below to give you a feeling of the size of the room.

The ballroom includes a stage area, an inlaid wood floor and a balcony overlooking the room.

 
Main Hallway Council Room South Staircase To Ballroom
 
Community Room Community Room - Kitchen Community Room - Fireplace

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