Funding for fire hall/city hall/community room project to be on November 3 ballot
This November, voters in the community of Gibbon are being asked to approve funding for the renovation and an addition to the existing fire hall to include a new fire hall, city hall, and community room. Those proposed additions will be located on the site of the current fire hall and will include a substation for the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Department.
Gibbon City Administrator Chris Rector explained that the fifty-year old west portion of the fire hall which currently houses a meeting room for the fire department, an office for the sheriff’s department, two restrooms and a meeting room will be demolished and replaced with a new structure with a new city hall, mayoral and administrator’s office, sheriff’s department office, kitchen and storage rooms in addition to a community room for public use and larger meeting room. He said that the community room will have a capacity of up to 75 people and will also serve as the city council meeting chambers.
To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition https://etypeservices.com/Shelton%20ClipperID710/