The Michigan Historic Preservation Network announced its 2015 award recipients, handing out 10 awards in six categories. Bay City City Hall was honored with an award in the building category for its three-year restoration following a 2010 fire. Knapp's Centre in Lansing was also awarded a building category nod for its Streamline Modern facade restoration and adaptive reuse.  
 

Deputy City Manager Dana Muscott, who served as staff project manager for the restoration project, said the city is honored to receive the award and reminded residents and tourists to visit and appreciate Bay City Hall. 
 
"This is our city's treasure and it belongs to the people of this city," she said. "We're really lucky to have this building."

 
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