Architects unveiled a presentation that included three options. Those included rebuilding, remodeling or a mixture of both.
People had the option to weigh in on what they like and what they’d like to see done.
Architects will then deliver the finalized plans to the district.
“Which they’ll use in support of a potential ballot measure in the future to support a bond issue that would be able to fund the significant improvements that they’re talking about doing here, but there’s no timeline on that at all,” said Randy Nishimura, Senior Associate with Robertson Sherwood Architects.
Tuesday’s meeting was just one of many meetings.