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Windermere Observer Monday, Jul. 29, 2019 1 month ago

Town of Windermere still seeking input for town facilities

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Another meeting to discuss the concepts for the new town buildings will be at 6 p.m. on Tuesday July 30 at Town Hall.
by: Hannah Swayze News Editor

Town of Windermere residents are invited once again to Town Hall for the second and final public meeting regarding the new town facilities at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 30. 

The new municipal complex will house the police and public works department and administrative offices. Currently, there are two design proposals. One is a more traditional design with a small lobby and the other places the police department and administrative offices parallel to each other with a modern glass lobby connecting the two.

Residents also have an option to combine the two designs for a combination of the two designs. 

Residents in the first public meeting voted overwhelmingly for option A with the modern lobby. 

The facilities will be paid for with a loan of $5.2 million voted for by the town in a referendum in March. 

Hannah Swayze is the News Editor at the West Orange Times & Observer and Windermere Observer. She is former staff writer of the Johnson City Press in Johnson City, Tennessee. She is a graduate of East Tennessee State University where she earned a bachelor's degree in media...

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