ⓘ Astoria City Hall

Astoria City Hall

ⓘ Astoria City Hall

Astoria City Hall is the current city hall for the town of Astoria, Oregon, United States. Built in 1923 to house a bank, the building became the city hall in 1939, and it has remained Astorias seat of government for more than 75 years.

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  • former politician in Astoria Oregon, United States, who served as mayor of Astoria from 1991 through 2014. Originally elected to the city council in 1985
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