Damage from burst pipe not slowing down West Lafayette city leaders

Damage at West Lafayette City Hall is not slowing down city leaders. (WLFI Photo)
Damage at West Lafayette City Hall is not slowing down city leaders. (WLFI Photo)

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – The damage from a water pipe burst at West Lafayette City Hall is not slowing down city officials.

Mayor John Dennis said city council will have its regular February meeting in the council chambers Monday, but other meetings this month may have to be moved so crews can make repairs.

City council is also slated to have its second vote on whether to add a facilities director to the staff.

“With what we’ve been going through lately in City Hall, it’s sort of ironic that we’re actually having the second reading now. We’re adding a facilities director to our staff and it’s going to be somebody who’s going to be responsible for the care and maintenance of all of our city buildings,” Mayor Dennis said.

Dennis is also scheduled to give his annual State of the City address Monday.

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