The offices at 14 Plum Street have housed the Cape Charles Town staff for many years now, however, time has taken a toll on the old digs, and it may be time to retire the old girl. Currently, the town is looking at different scenarios, but the project is just beginning.
Town Manager John Hozey provided the Mirror with a quick status of the project here:
The Town office project is still in it’s infancy. All we know at this point is that the current facility is in dire need. To that end, we have recently requested proposals from architectural firms to do an evaluation of our options. All options are on the table. Among the possibilities to be evaluated include (but are not limited to); renovating the current space, renovating the third floor of the library and moving our offices there, or constructing new offices at a yet to be determined location. This professional evaluation will help us to decide which option makes the most sense. The consultant’s proposals have just been received and we haven’t finished reviewing them yet. I’d expect to get this consultant under contract by August, and then it will take several months for them to do their work.