(Juneau) Officials in Juneau have a clearer timeline on their move to a new City Hall. Farmers and Merchants Bank accepted a $175-thousand dollar offer from the city for their building at 405 Jewel Street. The current City Hall at 150 Miller Street, across from the Dodge County Administration Building, is in need of repairs that officials says are not cost-effective. The common council learned recently that the closing on the sale will be June 14. Mayor Dan Wegener says means occupancy should be sometime in September. Wegener estimates renovation costs at around $30-thousand dollars and says there will be no structural changes, only cosmetic and the addition of an ADA-compliant restroom. The Farmers and Merchants Union Bank branch in Juneau is moving into a new 2,700-square-foot facility located at the intersection of Highway 26 and Western Avenue, next to the Piggly Wiggly. Juneau moved into the current City Hall, a former law office, in 1986.