The City of Algoma is assessing the space needs of city departments to deliver services more efficiently. The city council this week heard from the consulting firm Robert E. Lee and Associates and the architectural firm Performa Incorporated. Both companies interviewed city employees, reviewed city buildings and came up with preliminary findings for space needs. Algoma City Administrator Jared Heyn says changes and upgrades are needed.
The building needs assessments will be considered when Algoma's Finance and Personnel Committee meets July 15th. The city will then consider whether to proceed further with the consultant's recommendations.