What to do about Sandusky City Hall?
That's a major issue to address in 2011, city officials said Wednesday at a two-hour planning session for the coming year.
"We have to make a decision: Are we going to move it or not?" city commissioner Pervis Brown said. "I would like to see us open a dialogue on that issue."
For five years the city assumed it must move city hall because of the Marina District, interim city manager Don Icsman said.
As a result, the city avoided investments at city hall — no improvements to the building's energy efficiency, technology, space or such.
But if the city plans to stay at 222 Meigs St. for 20 years, it needs to make upgrades, ex officio mayor Dan Kaman said.
If the city wants to move its headquarters downtown, however, commissioners said they'll have to start planning now.
Read the full story in Thursday's Register.