BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A roof leak at Bloomington City Hall has damaged meeting rooms and some city offices.

The (Bloomington) Herald-Times reports employees have been temporarily relocated to other offices and some meetings have changed locations due to water damage.

Bloomington Public Works Department Director Adam Wason said Monday that officials hope to make repairs within a week. He said there is some drywall and carpet damage to the city’s human resources office and the McCloskey Room, one of the city’s conference rooms.

Information from: The Herald Times,

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