Westminster Common Council talks Fallfest, BB&T building

Wednesday, 15 November 2017, 02:53:05 PM. The Westminster Common Council voted unanimously to introduce an ordinance authorizing the purchase of the BB&T Bank Building. They also voted unanimously to update an agreement regarding police vehicles and presented checks from Fallfest to partner charities Monday night. 
The Westminster Common Council voted unanimously to introduce an ordinance authorizing the purchase of the BB&T building during its twice-monthly meeting on Monday. The council unanimously voted to introduce ordinance 884, which will authorize the city to purchase the BB&T bank building located at 45 W. Main St., for $1.6 million. The ordinance would also allow BB&T to maintain an ATM on the property following the change in ownership. Council member Gregory Pecoraro said the new property would allow the city to bring all city offices together in one place in one of the most important properties on Main Street. He also urged the Westminster Town Center Corporation be revitalized. Catalina Righter Westminster plans to purchase the BB&T Building at 45 W. Main St. for $1.6 million to relocate its administrative offices. The city has been leasing space at 56 W. Main St., where the offices are currently located, for many years. Robert Wack, president of the Westminster Common Council, said that... Westminster plans to purchase the BB&T Building at 45 W. Main St. for $1.6 million to relocate its administrative offices. The city has been leasing space at 56 W. Main St., where the offices are currently located, for many years. Robert Wack, president of the Westminster Common Council, said that... (Catalina Righter) Council member Tony Chiavacci agreed. He said the city’s purchase of the property was possible because of thrifty financial decisions made by the city in the past. He also...Read more
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