Are you curious about the new Laguna Niguel City Hall? Wondering what the building will be used for besides city offices? Want to know what they new library will look like? If you've answered yes to any of these questions, stop by on March 2 to listen to officials who have the answers, at the 30071 Ivy Glenn, next to the , at 7 p.m.
"This is the most exciting civic project in the short history of this wonderful community," said Andy Tierney, who will moderate the event. "After we are briefed, there will be an opportunity for questions and discussion. We have heard a number of people ask, 'What’s going on at the City Hall site? and 'What is going on with the library?' And 'When will they be finished? That’s why we asked the city to give us a talk."
Those speaking include Laguna Niguel City Manager Tim Casey; Dan Fox, community development director; county librarian Helen Fried; and Robert Genzel of facilities construction and maintenance.
Among the topics will be the status of construction of the new City Hall and the library expansion. The event is part of the Laguna Niguel Presbyterian Church's ongoing speaker series.