JAMESTOWN _ The Jamestown City Council will hold its second work session of the month Monday night in city hall.
The work session for the full council will be held in the mayor’s conference room (4th floor, City Hall) and begins at 7:30 p.m.
Prior to the full council meeting, various committees will meet as well. For the city housing committee, Tami Berg from Community Helping Hands will appear to discuss the proposed Gateway Lofts housing proposal.
The Gateway Lofts project involves converting the Gateway Center on Water Street into an estimated 40 housing units for low income individuals and families members, along with about 40 other units for single parents seeking housing assistance from the YWCA, as well as non-violent individuals with addiction or mental health issues and overseen by STEL. The total cost of the renovation project is estimated to cost $31 million.
In October, the Jamestown Planning Commission informed project developers they would have to address environmental concerns before the project could move forward.
Monday’s Housing Committee Meeting will be held at 6:45 p.m. in the Police Training Room, 4th floor of city hall. It is also open to the public.