Library Sq. Concept Plans

The conceptual plans are here!! The Library Square Concept Plans have been made available and will be before Council at the General Committee meeting May 16th for consideration. Council will now have the opportunity to review the concept plans and make a decision with respect to how best to move forward with a new and revitalized Library Square.
There are two options being presented, both of which address some of the key components that Council and the residents are looking for – and have been looking for in this area for over a decade… Both plans have a great big open centre square with a water feature (one bigger than the other) as well as more community space (extension to the Cultural Centre and an extension to Victoria Hall). I am looking forward to discussing the conceptual plans at Council and to making a decision on which Concept we will move forward with so that we can finally begin the transformation of the heart of our Town and make Library Square a destination place for all residents.

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