As I indicated in my previous blog, City management has just sent out a Request for Qualifications to find a developer who might be interested in building a new City Hall.
Please take a moment and take my survey on this issue and issues related to banning political contributions from those who bid on this project or get the contract. Also let me know what you think about a potential parcel tax.
I appreciate you taking time to be engaged in city issues.
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