Port Huron City Council Approves Repairs for Museum’s Carnegie Center

On behalf of the Port Huron Museum staff, Trustees and supporters, we sincerely thank the members of the Port Huron City Council and City Manger James Freed for their support and approval of the repairs of the Carnegie Center, 1115 Sixth Street, Port Huron.

These necessary repairs will enhance the property, not only in financial value, but with the plans, exhibits and programming we offer, we will continue to serve our community in a safe environment. Electrical, heating & cooling updates and a new roof will be done. Goodbye leak buckets!

For more information, please click the link below for the article in the Times Herald by Jackie Smith or the podcast on WPHM with Paul Miller. Please look for updates on our website, www.phmuseum.org, and through our local media.

Podcast: 2/23/16 Morning Show with Paul Miller:
http://www.wphm.net/episode/february-23-susan-bennett/

Times Herald article by Jackie Smith:
http://www.thetimesherald.com/story/news/local/port-huron/2016/02/22/city-council-oks-museum-repairs/80624990/

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