Sequim to hold meeting on city hall construction impact
March 19th, 2014 - 6:19am
(Sequim) – The City of Sequim will host a meeting tomorrow night to on impacts construction of the new Civic Center will have on the surrounding neighborhood.
City engineer and project manager David Garlington says construction will affect pedestrian access as well as traffic flow on some streets and alleyways near the Cedar Street construction area.
Despite the construction, Garlington says that local businesses near the construction zone, will remain open.
The city is spending about 15 million dollars on the the project to build a new city hall and police station.
The 30-thousand square foot building would be located just east of the city's current city hall.
The project should be finished by Spring of 2015, but Garlington said that the actual impact of construction should be alleviated well before the finish date.
The public meeting starts Thursday night at 5:00, and takes place at the Sequim Transit Center.
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