Capital Needs: Reaching Out/Planning Ahead
Since 1970, the Plymouth Township Municipal Building has served as a central hub for township services and law enforcement. In the early days, 60 people worked within the 27,500 square foot building; today it houses nearly 100 employees, including police officers on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Now nearly 50 years old, the building is in desperate need of renovation to ensure safety and compliance with environmental and accessibility standards.
Options for funding this project require diligent research, and public input.
Township Council invites you to join us to share you insights during a series of meetings titled “Reaching Out, Planning Ahead.”
During these meetings, we will examine the following:
- Current conditions of the Township Municipal Building
- Renovation options being considered
- Options for funding this project without raising taxes, including the possibility of selling the Township sewer system.
- Next steps
Please mark your calendar and join us on Monday, May 21 at Plymouth Fire Company, or Wednesday, May 23 at the Greater Plymouth Community Center. Your input is a vital part of this process!