On Wednesday, Gossips published a post about the four possible ways to make City Hall ADA compliant: "Considering City Hall." The fourth plan, which would make the entire building universally accessible, would open up the atrium, an architectural feature of the original building that was closed up when the building became City Hall in 1962, and reveal the stained glass laylight in the ceiling of the building's top floor. I commented then that "no one who hasn't had reason to visit the Department of Public Works map room has ever seen [it]."
Since publishing that post, Gossips has gotten a picture of the laylight, and here it is, for all to see.
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