WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The city of West Lafayette is leaving it up to the community to decide on whether a new city hall should go up.
Mayor John Dennis said the city will soon be seeking input from neighbors.
Real estate services company Pizzuti has been hired to gather that input.
It will do so through a viability study, focusing on what neighbors would like to see in their city hall.
Dennis said this will be done through community meetings.
The company will then present the findings to city leaders.
Dennis said whatever happens, he wants to make sure it can be used by the entire community.
"Right now we're sort of operating out of an old schoolhouse," said Dennis. "Prior to that we were operating out of a building that was outdated about 20 years after it was built. The city of West Lafayette deserves better than that and our hope is to make sure that with enough community input we'll be able to provide that."
Dennis said the findings from the study will be presented no later than March 31.
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