SKANEATELES, N.Y. -- A new state of the art Village Hall was unveiled in Skaneateles Thursday. It's called a net-zero building. That means it's nearly self-sufficient, producing its own energy, saving taxpayer money.
Village staff and the police office will be housed there. Leaders say it's the first of its kind in New York State.
"We were fortunate to garner some real good advice and to garner some grants and able to bring this thing all to fruition," said Skaneateles Mayor Martin Hubbard.
Saturday, the public will get to take part in an open house. The new building will be open from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.