We noted in November that the city-owned Chase Bank Plaza downtown was losing some rent revenue. The city is getting a little back. Last week City Hall struck a lease agreement with the CorVel Corp. to take over about 1,800-square-feet of seventh-floor space vacated when Verizon downsized its lease. CorVel, which is the city’s workers [...]
Interim Economic Development Director Gus Duran says that the planned move to a new City Hall at the city-owned Chase Bank Plaza downtown is tentatively eyed for August 2011. There’s still a lot of work to do, including revising and tweaking floor plans and other logistical details. With a tight budget, city workers ought not [...]
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Included in a Police Department report today is mention of a terrorist threat at 11:09 a.m. at the city-owned Chase Bank building, which the city intends to gradually turn into a City Hall: The business reports receiving envelopes in the mail; one containing threats, and the others containing a granular material. A hazardous materials team [...]