City delays senior center project

The City Council on Monday voted to delay the start of the $9 million senior center expansion until the public is allowed to weigh in on the project.

Funded in equal parts by a voter-approved bond, fundraising campaign and grants, the new center would be more than twice the size of the current facility. Recent discussions about the center’s future have included the possibility of adding disaster relief capabilities and offices for the Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities Council.

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