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Posted on: October 28, 2020

City Council votes to craft Justice Center conceptual design

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At its Oct. 22, 2020, regular meeting, the Spring Hill City Council voted to proceed with crafting a conceptual design for a proposed justice center to house the Police Department and Municipal Court. Once completed, this conceptual design will cost $1,500. Yesterday, Oct. 27, Mayor Ellis elected to decrease his yearly stipend by $1,500 to offset the cost to taxpayers.

The conceptual design process is to provide information to the public in advance of a referendum on whether or not you, the voters, wish to spend your tax dollars constructing a justice center.

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