Union Gap Will Vote On Temporary City Hall
Union Gap city employees may soon be working under one roof once again.
City Manager Chris Jensen says the city council will be asked to vote on building a modular complex behind the old city hall.
That building would be used for the next 5 to 10 years, until the city replaces the old city hall with a new one.
Jensen says since the old city hall was vacated due to black mold, many employees were scattered at offices around town -- making it difficult for residents to conduct business.
"That's really the concentration now, is to get city hall put back together in one building so that the functioning and system and processes that we engage in for city business are all done under one roof," said Jensen.
The Union Gap council will meet on Monday at 6.