Jan 12, 2015 10:11 PM
GILMANTON - The Mess started on the top floor of the town hall.
Crews couldn't work fast enough to save all the town offices from significant water damage.
The culprit? A frozen pipe that burst Sunday night.
The town clerk and tax collector are among those looking for a new office. Car registration, tax payments and boat registration were all put on hold Monday.
Town Administrator Arthur Capello says finding them an office is a top priority.
"We're hoping to have the town hall relocated in a temporary facility by the end of the week," Capello said.
Tarps draped over desks symbolized how widespread the damage was.
The town is working around the clock to fix so they can get back up and running as quickly as possible.
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