At least for now:
But the council will consider holding a special election next spring to seek voter support for building a downtown performing arts center. It would cost the city more than $200,000 to hold a special election, City Manager Denise Turner Roth* said.
Council members said they need to give a task force and city staff members more time to work out details of the proposed center.
“As this process has gone on, we got smarter. We realized we need more answers,” Councilwoman Nancy Vaughan said.
Could be a whole new world come spring — we can only hope, right—- not to mention an election for the council. I’ve got the feeling that this is going to die a quiet death.
*City Council hires Denise Turner Roth as new Greensboro city manager. Roth had been serving as interim city manager since Rashad Young left in December.
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