The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission members are expected to open bids for the city building renovation project when they meet tonight.
The project includes construction of improvements and expansion of the city office at 124 N. Michigan Street including the clerk-treasurer’s office, mayor’s office, city attorney’s office and the council chambers.
A lease agreement recently approved by both the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and the Plymouth Redevelopment Authority allows the redevelopment authority to issue bonds for the project. The redevelopment authority will take ownership of the building, while the redevelopment commission will lease it for a period of 20 years.
The redevelopment members will also get an update on the aquatics center project and the River Gate South project.
The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. in the city council chambers in the Plymouth City Building.