City Approves Lease With City Center

After a public hearing that went on for almost two hours, the City Council voted 3-2 to approve a lease with the City Center to build a parking structure on city owned land.  This was the second of two hearings on the proposed lease and drew strong support from the business community. Yepsen and Franck voted against the lease.  Madigan, Mathiesen, and Scirocco voted for the lease. More to follow tomorrow.


One thought on “City Approves Lease With City Center”

  1. Downtown businesses should be happy…if you are not growing you are dying. Just ask other down towns like Troy or Schenctady how lack of parking helps the tax base? So are Yepsen and Frank anti-business?


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