Crestview City Council considering donated building's possible uses

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City council members are discussing possible uses for a storage building on Cadle Drive in southwest Crestview.

BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin
Published: Friday, January 18, 2013 at 10:43 AM.

CRESTVIEW — A garage to store and investigate impounded vehicles?

A recycling center?

A community meeting hall?

These are among the possible uses city officials have suggested for a building that Gulf Power donated to the city.

The Crestview City Council on Dec. 10 unanimously agreed to accept the donation of a 3,552-square-foot warehouse sitting at the end of Cadle Drive off P.J. Adams Parkway.

The utility only required that the city disassemble and move the building.

Public Works Director Wayne Steele investigated the structure, praised its solid construction, metal truss roof, skylights and HardiePlank siding, and said his department could store the disassembled building until the council decides a use for it.

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