Paradise Town Hall Gets Makeover

A council member's donation helped make it happen.

Posted: Nov 5, 2018 6:50 PM
Updated: Nov 6, 2018 10:27 AM

PARADISE, Calif. - A modest makeover for Paradise Town Hall has the building looking a lot better.

Paradise Town Councilwoman Melissa Schuster donated her $3,000 dollar monthly stipend to pay for the paint and new sign. The town's public works employees provided the labor.

It's hoped that new lighting and awnings can be added to improve the look even more.

Schuster says employees also worked to give the council chambers a facelift, and still, others painted their own offices on their own time. She tells Action News Now that the Town Attorney has worked to maintain the rose bushes out front.

Schuster believes it's all a reflection of the community and the "positivity" of Paradise.

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