PORT TOWNSEND — Concerns over the restoration of the third floor of City Hall, revised space needs and public process surrounding a $3.4 million project was the focus of a City Council meeting Monday.
Council members got their first look at a revised, less expensive proposal to build an annex to City Hall and restore parts of the historical building.
The plan, laid out in a document first introduced at a council finance committee meeting Friday, got a favorable response from the full council.
The plan includes an annex of between 9,000 square feet and 10,000 square feet to house city administrative offices in the parking lot behind City Hall.
It would also include renovation work to City Hall that would allow for 2,000 square feet to 3,000 square feet of city office space in that building.
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