GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Antrim Township, Pa., could solicit bids for a new, multimillion-dollar government building as early as next month.
Detailed plans right now are sitting on desks in the township's offices on Antrim Church Road, awaiting final comments from staff and elected officials.
Preliminary plans for the approximately 17,000-square-foot office building carried a price tag of $5 million to $6 million. The township owns the 26.6-acre site where the building is proposed.
A representative of Chambersburg, Pa., architect Newcomer Associates is scheduled to present revisions at Tuesday's Antrim Township Supervisors meeting.
"The land development is still going through the processes in the township," Supervisor Robert Whitmore said.
The township has confirmed its tax collector will move to the new facility off U.S. 11 south of Greencastle, but the school district declined to move its tax office there, Whitmore said.