St. Helena City Council set to review cost estimates for new City Hall

St. Helena City Council set to review cost estimates for new City Hall

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The St. Helena City Council will take the next step in evaluating the city’s civic assets at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, at Vintage Hall.

During the council’s regular meeting, consultants from Noll & Tam will present massing and cost estimates related to a new City Hall, library or multi-use council chambers on Adams Street or the current City Hall site.

An agenda packet will be posted at cityofsthelena.org.

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There is no reason St. Helena should build a hotel on the vacant Adams Street property, because it is a land of beauty, peace and tranquility. A hotel would ruin it. Hotels belong on Main Street. 

The St. Helena City Council should seriously consider and implement the proposition by Architect Tom Faherty regarding the rebuilding our City Hall. It should be rebuilt on the current property. 

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