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New Havensville city hall approved by voters
07/11/2019

(KMZA)--Voters in the Pottawatomie County community of Havensville have approved the construction of a new city hall.

During a special election Tuesday, Havensville voters approved allowing the city to enter into a five year lease purchase agreement to finance the construction of the new city hall and adjacent parking by a vote of 33 to 15.

The lease payments will total about $220,000.

The new 30 by 50 foot building, which is to include a basement, will be  constructed in the Havensville city park where the old tennis courts are currently located.

Mayor Travis Peters said they have outgrown their current building and its bathrooms are not handicap accessible.

The new building will include a small kitchenette, which Peters says creates an opportunity for groups to hold events indoors at the park as well.  It will also include outdoor accessible restrooms.  

Construction is projected to be completed around October.

 

 

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