A letter to members of the Beacon City Council sent on behalf of a coalition of interested residents, businesses and non profits has been included on the agenda for tomorrow evenings workshop session of the City Council.
The letter urges the City to consider buying the property and keeping the building in the public domain as a possible mixed use facility that might serve as community center, home base for local non profit and city services as well as the Howland Public Library and leasing office and studio space.
The City Council Workshop will take place at the Municipal Center starting at 7pm. The workshop is open to the Public, although there is no opportunity for public opinion. Information on City Council Meeting and Workshop agendas and minutes are available at www.cityofbeacon.org.