Nibley approves plans for city hall, hears public input on trails and parks plan

NIBLEY – Deliberation for more final plans for City Hall, as well as the trail master plan and park complex, were opened in a public hearing in Nibley City Council.Samples and shades of brick and tile were strewn about the council chambers as Lisa Erickson presented combinations available for the city hall to be finished by November 2011. Council members were able to inquire about possibilities before Mayor Gerald Knight entertained a motion to approve plans, but a few council members had more to say about the construction.”I think this whole thing has been ramrodded without due consideration,” said Councilman Shaun Dustin. “The process has been too fast, we are trying to meet deadlines that may or may not be real. We’ve only got one shot for the next 25 years with this city hall, and I feel it is going too fast.”Councilman Scott Larsen also felt it “inappropriate for a final design to be out” while he maintained a position against building a city hall. The mayor and Larsen held different ideas on the process of how the city council should progress, and also where funds should go.

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