DeKalb council debates merits of new assessment for city hall
DeKALB – The DeKalb City Council has taken the first steps in redesigning the building that the majority of the city government meets and works in.
But not everyone on the council is eager to give Dewberry Architects $59,500 to assess the DeKalb Municipal Building. Three aldermen – David Jacobson, Dave Baker and Monica O’Leary of the First, Sixth and Seventh wards, respectively – questioned the wisdom of spending money on another building assessment at Tuesday’s council meeting.
Those three aldermen voted no on bringing the proposal out of the city’s discussion phase. The first vote on the assessment could happen at the council’s Nov. 26 meeting.
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