(Juneau) The Juneau Common Council Tuesday night hired a company to remodel their new city hall. In December, the city closed on the purchase of the former Farmers and Merchants Bank. The bank sold the Jewel Street building to the city for $165-thousand dollars late last year. Kamps Building and Remodeling was hired at a cost not to exceed $100-thousand dollars. That includes $8000 to remove a wall, expanding the future council chambers for more seating. The current City Hall at 150 Miller Street, across from the Dodge County Administration Building, is in need of repairs that officials say are not cost-effective.