WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Progress is being made on West Lafayette's future city hall.
The city met with its project team last month to create questionnaires. Those were sent to department heads for input.
Some of the priorities include space for future staff and secure storage space.
A public input meeting will be scheduled for the beginning of March.
Surveys will be available for the public to fill out at that meeting.
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