Mayor Andre Sayegh’s administration renovated four office spaces and a conference room in the business administration office for $41,908, according to municipal records.
Municipal records show replacement of carpets for $15,215, purchase of office glass partitions for $11,850, and office furniture — 2 desks with hutch, 4 wood arm chairs, 2 credenzas, a table with four chairs, 4 guest chairs, and a cabinet — for $11,525.
$2,218 was spent on lighting and $860 on paint and paint supplies, according to records. A pair of public works employees put in 10 hours of overtime for the renovation work.
Municipal officials said an old “smelly” and “soiled” carpet was replaced and the space given a facelift.
Cost includes furniture for the new innovation bureau — made up of a chief innovation officer and a chief data officer — that will be run out of the business administration office.