Quality of life… can you put a dollar amount on it? At a recent town board finance committee meeting board members commented on how they liked to roll in to town hall 5 minutes before a meeting, park and still arrive to the meeting on time. Ease of parking should NOT be a reason for spending nearly $3 million dollars of our tax dollars.
2014 Budget Follow up Questions
The town board made a budget decision to not do any permanent or temporary expansion to town hall. Instead they opted to look into temporary offices.
- Town Timeline for Expansion
- Comprehensive Plan
- Town Hall Expansion Design Schematics
- March 14, 2016 Town Board Meeting
- May 9, 2016 Town Board Meeting
- News Stories
- 2013 Design Guidelines for Town Center
- FAQ's from the Mayor
- August 26, 2013 Modular building disucssion
- 2013 STC Development Agreement and Cost Sharing Agreement
Town Hall Addition Timeline
The Town Board, Planning Commission, and other advisory committees and commissions will seek broad public involvement on key issues and decisions impacting the community.
Discussion on spending $ for architects
Watch the meeting: http://townofsuperior.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?view_id=4&clip_id=597&meta_id=26958
Discussion regarding Town Hall Expansion
Watch the meeting: http://townofsuperior.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=4&clip_id=622
May 9, 2016 Town Hall Expansion Takes Shape
July 27, 2016 Superior postponing August 3rd town hall open house
August 15, 2016 After push back, Superior Officials hold Community Meeting
See Page 20
Civic Uses: 100,000 sf, including up to 45,000 sf Town Hall, 20,000 sf Recreation Center in the south neighborhood, 20,000 sf Civic Center in the north and 15,000 sf Community Center/Library (within the flex space above retail) overlooking the Town Square at the intersection of Main Street and Marshall Road.
At 12:42 and 13:57 both Trustee Williams and Trustee Hanson talk about town hall being across the street at Superior Town Center
In March of 2013 the Town of Superior and the STC developer signed an agreement that was to give the town 1.5 acres to build a Town Hall. See page 6, section 3.13 then turn to page 25 to see the Probable Cost Summary where there is $10,000,000 allocated for the building of Town Hall.
Read also the cost sharing agreement, page 2. Again, reference to the desire for town hall to be in Superior Town Center.