Mexico Beach city administrator resigns

Published: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at 10:02 AM.

The meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. CT on Monday, March 31 at the Civic Center.

The cost of the planned 3,200 square foot city hall will be made public and discussion will be held with attorney Dion Moniz and Brian Cathey, who currently holds the construction bid.

Woodham believes that the insurance company owes additional money on the claim despite a $174,000 settlement offer and sought legal counsel with Moniz.

According to the insurance policy, if two appraisers can’t agree on the value of the claim, a third will be hired by a court and the two appraisals that have the closest results would prevail.

This step would have to be completed before starting any type of litigation. 

Until now, the cost of the new city hall had not been made public despite outcry from citizens.

“Nobody’s trying to hide anything,” said Woodham. “We want you to have everything the council has.

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