New Community Center Study Gets Architect
Cannon Design will provide the architectural component of the community center's feasibility study for around $46,500.
The Maryland Heights City Council took another step closer to a new community center at its Thursday night meeting.
Council members unanimously approved Mayor Mike Moeller to enter into a professional services agreement with Cannon Design, which would provide the architectural component of the new community center’s feasibility study.
Moeller can enter into a contract that would not exceed $46,500, according to the ordinance. The city administrator and director of public works can also execute task orders not to exceed $4,500.