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“We still expect to finish at the end of next summer so no delay in schedule. It will be less costly to do the work in the spring versus trying to get some work done during the winter.
Gazza told Finance Committee members on Nov. 6 that bids would include higher costs for doing work during the winter weather.
The Common Council will take up the draft on Nov.
15. It it is approved, it will be released the day after the meeting.
Approximately 120,000 square feetNo more than three floors (about 110,000 square-feet) would comprise the public space The non-public parts of the library can be on other floorsThe library would serve as the “primary floor anchor” with its own entrance and meeting spaces allowing after-hours access.
Parking would be needed for the entire mixed-use developmentMenasha community development director resigns for Green Bay job
After a little more than a year in the job, Menasha’s community development director, David Buck, will leave to take a position with Green Bay.
“I regret that I will not be able to continue to implement the programs I have begun as well as see the many developments on the horizon come into being,” Buck wrote via email to USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.
“Menasha is truly a wonderful and great place with a lot to offer. I am certain the forward momentum of the community will continue and genuinely believe that there are many great things in store for Menasha’s future.
Buck’s last day at the city will be Nov. 17.