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Williamsport streets and parks vehicles are found outside the former Peter Herdic Transportation Museum on Wednesday. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY / Sun-Gazette

Municipal Police from the Patrol Division are moving to the Peter Herdic Transportation Museum at 810 Nichols Place, Mayor Derek Slaughter said.

“The patrol division finalizes its temporary move to the transport museum”, Slaughter said Wednesday.

Street and Parks Department work teams could be seen parked outside the museum and working inside to prepare the building for police use.

The museum’s transport items have been removed, said a spokesperson for River Valley Transit, which operates the facility.

Police from the Patrol Division have remained at Town Hall as the process continues to evolve. Administrators and police officers are located on the third floor of Commerce and Transit I.

A list of employees and their telephones can be found in the lobby of Trade and Transit Center I, 100 W. Third St., and on the city’s website. Phone numbers and extensions have not changed.

Williamsport employees were temporarily moved to other offices after the City Hall was condemned as rain seeped through the roof in July and caused mold to grow.

Gerardi said that to greet the public, he will post a route of the new offices and a list of employees on the doors of town hall. These are also available on the city’s website at www.cityofwilliamsport.org.

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