No change in the appraisal for town hall land

The Town of Mint Hill was not as pleased as it thought it would be when it got its appraisal for the land at Mint Hill Village where they hope to build the new town hall. The value, done by Integra Realty Resources in March, came in at $750,000—the same value from a few years ago before the current economic crisis. Town Manager Brian Welch said the town will seek a second opinion.
“Because of the size and enormity of a project that will affect the town for 20 or more years, we thought we should get a second opinion before formal negotiations.” Take a look at the PDF of the appraisal by clicking Office Site and Limited Utility Land.

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One comment on “No change in the appraisal for town hall land
  1. One question why in the world does the town manager need an office that is almost 2,500 square feet. The Town Clerk’s office is almost the same size while the meeting room for the citizens for town meetings is only 1,400 square feet. Is this some kind of over inflated ego treatment.

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