“We encourage community involvement and hope you can attend this session of the City Council when the City Council discusses and selects the site for a proposed new City Hall,” read an email alert sent out by the City.
An economic and fiscal report was released last month comparing two scenarios of re-building the new hall at its current location on Fountain Square Dr. or moving the site to a location on Antelope Rd near Old Auburn Blvd. The report, issued by A. Plescia & Co, found that the Antelope Rd. location would result in a greater general fund account balance for the City in a 15-year projection.
The full report is available here on the City’s website.
According to a timeline released by the City, additional community input related to the project will be sought at an April 30 workshop, followed by an environmental review and a Planning Commission review. A final decision on the proposal to build a new city hall is estimated to be in June or July.
Tonight’s meeting will be held at 5:00 p.m. in the city council chambers at 7117 Greenback Ln.
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