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If your Town Hall is a historic building, and is on the registry, there may
be some historic preservation funds available. For your vault space, if you
are trying to plan future space requirements, you should be able to do this
yourselves. It really is primarily a function of the communities growth, both
past and future.A simple example would be, if you have filled one rack over
the last 5 years, and you expect growth within the community to stay about
the same, it would be a reasonable assumption that you will need four
additional racks for the next 20 years. There are certainly other variables
that may influence this, but this would get you in the ball park. If design
services are what you seek, you really should engage professional design
services considering some of the special design features associated with
vault space such as fire proofing and environmental controls.

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