Mayor Rick Kaysen chimed in Thursday about the search for a new Public Safety Administration Building.
He says the Dinneen property is still a possibility, but they're going to look at other options downtown.
"I underscore what could be because there's nothing definitive is that the proposed site could be brought back for re-consideration at the next city council meeting for further discussion, which may include some additional and reviews with the owners of that property," Kaysen said.
The Mayor also addressed the shared living arrangement program for registered sex offenders.
Residents near a possible location for an SLA house were upset the city had not notified them, but Mayor Kaysen says there was nothing to report.
"There was nothing to notify the citizens about in a manner of speaking. I happen to receive the information and had a meeting with representatives from the Department of Corrections approximately five or so weeks ago and they gave the conceptual plan as far as what they were looking to share living arrangements. But there was nothing definitive on a piece of property, the location or anything of that nature and there still, at this time, has been nothing that has been formally introduced to the city for consideration," Kaysen said.
Kaysen went on to say it's a state project and the only thing that could be subject to review by the city is in regards to zoning. He says he located no statues that the city would have jurisdictional authority from the city to the county.