NEW ALBANY —
While the church obviously has religious significance, Gonder said his purpose for pushing the city’s involvement in the project is based on the building’s historical importance.
During a ceremony on Tuesday, the clock faces that were removed earlier this year for restoration were replaced.
Beyond the steeple, there are plans to refurbish the doors and windows, as well as painting the structure.
The resolution requesting the administration to release the public funds for the project is the only measure slated for a vote when the council convenes at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday.
The meeting will be held in the third-floor Assembly Room of the City-County Building, 311 Hauss Square.