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As their deadline looms closer, the Municipal Building Site Selection Steering Committee continues to work feverishly in an effort to come up with a site recommendation for a new municipal building.
The committee met again last Thursday to discuss the results of a straw poll they’d been given. At their first four meetings, the committee considered 23 possible sites for the location of a new municipal building.
The 23 sites included some that were privately owned as well as some that are already owned by the county.
The privately owned sites were considered at the request of the property owners, who submitted their properties in response to a letter sent out by Assistant County Administrator Anthony Mortillaro. The letter asked interested property owners to submit their property, if they’d like for it to be considered as a possible municipal building site. Mortillaro’s letter netted 12 possible site locations.
Following the deadline for possible site submissions, the committee then took a straw poll of its membership and scored all 23 sites against 13 site selection criteria, based on instructions given to them by the County Council.
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