WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)—City officials welcomed the public to the Morton Center Tuesday to gather input on city hall. The city said no decisions have been made.
It is currently working with Pizzuti Solutions to gather specifics, including new designs and locations. One option includes adding on to the Morton Center.
Financials are also being discussed in terms of what the city's limitations are. Director of Development Erik Carlson said the city needs to consolidate their departments.
"We're really all spread around right now and we've done pretty well with that," said Carlson. "It's been a good temporary fix, but it's been four years of this temporary fix and we really need to get to a point where to get the city running as smoothly as possible and get everybody back under one roof in a city hall again."
The city would like to finish gathering input within the next two months. There is currently a survey that is open for public opinion.
The link to that survey can be found here.
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