COLLEGE STATION (May 14, 2013)--Parts of the flooded College Station City Hall will remain closed a few more days as the cleanup continues.
A spokesman for the city of College Station says affected staffers will likely be able to move back into their offices by the end of the week.
Jay Socol said the goal is to ensure carpet and walls dry out as much as possible.
Heavy rain last Thursday caused a drain to clog and water accumulated in an outdoor atrium before streaming into some College Station City Hall offices.
Socol says the south side of the building suffered the most damage and remains closed.
The affected areas include offices of the mayor, the city manager, the city secretary plus city council chambers.
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