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Mayor Don Richards sees the Kinnickinnic River out his window, where he worked on settling in Friday. He's holding a picture of Maynard "Spike" Hoffman -- the city's longest-term mayor -- that used to hang in the council chambers of old City Hall. Debbie Griffin photo

City on the move

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After decades of discussion and more than two years of planning, city of River Falls employees relocated to the newly constructed 26,000-square-foot City Hall at 222 Lewis St. Friday and Monday.

Finance Director Julie Bergstrom said a contractor helped moved boxes Thursday from the old to new city halls.

While city offices were closed Friday and Monday, everything and everyone else, except the police and fire departments, made their move from one building to the other.

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