(01/27/14) - History is being made in Bay City.
The historic city hall is finally open after a devastating fire, and people are now getting their first glimpse.
People poured in for tours starting at noon on Monday.
A fire in 2010 left behind a ton of water damage. City officials spent $10 million to restore the building, bringing back the original colors and adding light fixtures that replicate the 1800's.
Those costs were covered by insurance.
Dana Muscott, the acting city manager, said she is thrilled with the renovation and she's happy to see others enjoying the new look.
A ribbon cutting was held at 6 p.m. and they'll have their first city commission meeting there at 6:30.
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