Westland Mayor Wants To Replace Dated City Hall Building, Seeks Public Input

WESTLAND (WWJ) –  The mayor of Westland is hosting a series of Town Hall meetings to solicit community input on replacing City Hall.

Mayor William Wild says the building, which was constructed in 1966 , has numerous structural problems resulting from 40 years of flooding.

The first meeting will be held on Tuesday at the Holliday Park Clubhouse, starting at 6 p.m. A number of meetings will be held through mid-November.

The Mayor plans to present several options to residents as far as location and funding and will unveil a community survey which will be hosted on the City website HERE.

See The Complete List Below:

  • September 18 Holliday Park Clubhouse, 34850 Fountain Blvd.
  • September 26 Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Church, 29124 Eton St.
  • October 9 P.D. Graham Elementary School, 1255 S. John Hix Rd.
  • October 18 Edison Elementary School, 34505 Hunter Ave.
  • November 13 Cooper Upper Elementary, 28550 Ann Arbor Trail

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