The city of Richland wants to replace its current city hall at 505 Swift Blvd. with a new one in the northern end of the Richland Federal Building. The city will formally offer the U.S. General Services Administration $677,000 for the 1.8-acre site. The current city hall debuted in 1958 and is at the end of its functional life.
The city of Richland wants to replace its current city hall at 505 Swift Blvd. with a new one in the northern end of the Richland Federal Building. The city will formally offer the U.S. General Services Administration $677,000 for the 1.8-acre site. The current city hall debuted in 1958 and is at the end of its functional life. File Tri-City Herald
The city of Richland wants to replace its current city hall at 505 Swift Blvd. with a new one in the northern end of the Richland Federal Building. The city will formally offer the U.S. General Services Administration $677,000 for the 1.8-acre site. The current city hall debuted in 1958 and is at the end of its functional life. File Tri-City Herald

Richland pursuing federal site for new city hall

May 04, 2016 3:38 PM

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