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During the Tuesday night meeting, City Council decided to allow for city staff to take more time to consider moving City Hall to the offices at the 910 Calle Negocio location or to refurbish the current structure at 100 Avenida Presidio.
The move has been considered for years and now officials say the current building is in need of substantial maintenance.
Four main proposals to address the issue were presented, but some of them had too large a price tag for council members to consider.
The current building the city owns at Calle Negocio has other tenants whose leases are scheduled to end in 2018. City Council proposed extending those leases until 2023 while the city takes a look at different options.