Parker House decision looms over election

Published: Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 09:45 AM.

“It’s a lot of money to build a house that size on land we own,” said Mullen, commiserating with the statements.

The members of the council agreed that progress must be made, but they must decide which direction to go. Demolition will begin soon on the Parker House and citizens will be looking for something to take its place.

“I just want to see us move in a positive direction,” said Woodham. “During this campaign I’ve learned that a lot of people don’t know the true facts.

“I want to give them those facts to help them make a decision.”

Despite which way the Council decides to go, it seems that everything has a price.

“Look at the indirect costs of negative publicity,” said Castro. “The price the city has paid…it’s beyond measure.”

Tuesday’s regular meeting

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