Don’t take my word on it, just look at the presentation (DOC: city-admin)

They are basically moving departments from buildings that already exist to ultimately move the attorney’s office from a leased building ($100K a year lease – to a $1 Million a year mortgage).

On top of that, they have no plans for the emptied buildings still owned by the city (Parks & Utilities). I think the comment made was ‘conference areas’. They want to keep them.

When I think of fiscal prudence, this isn’t really what I would consider a very good fiscal decision, in fact, it borders on idiocy.

2 Thoughts on “There really isn’t an immediate need for a city administration building

  1. Warren_Phear on December 8, 2016 at 7:15 am said:

    From texgolfings brandy spanky new office, maybe he will inform us just how and why we lost the f35 dodo bird?

  2. The D@ily Spin on December 8, 2016 at 10:57 am said:

    Don’t ‘Rib’ Rex. They put him on the first floor because he tends to walk out. Not safe from a higher floor.

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