City Assessor's Office Now Housed at Chase Bank Building

The current plan calls for all city operations to be moved into the Chase Bank building by September.

The City Assessor's office is the latest to make the move from the current to the new building across the street.

Wyandotte officials are forging ahead with their plans of converting the four-story city-owned at the corner of Eureka and Biddle into a new City Hall.

The assessor's office moved into the second floor of the bank building on Monday, joining the city's municipal services and IT staffs that were already there.

The current plan calls for all city operations to be moved into the bank building by September.

Anonymous June 06, 2012 at 11:57 AM
Congrats on the new offices! I wonder what's in store for the old city hall building? Hopefully it doesn't meet the wrecking ball like so many other buildings on Biddle lately. Wyandotte was usually very good at preserving it's older structures, and to lose another building on our "Main Street" would be a shame.
esterdinn June 06, 2012 at 01:22 PM
Colleen Kheene does a great job, keep up the good work!
Richard Miller June 06, 2012 at 08:07 PM
It is spelled Kheen, and I agree she does. The old City Hall definitely needs torn down. It is practically falling down now and the contamination will return.


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