The location of a Brookhaven city hall will be one of the first items before the newly elected mayor and city council, and the Brookhaven Commission seems to be narrowing down the list of possible sites.
According to Neighbor Newspapers, commissioner Jed Beardsley said four to five options remain under consideration.
Beardsley told the papers that furnished office space allow city personnel to move in faster. Three of those furnished options are located in the central perimeter market, he said.
Beardsley is still waiting to hear back about viable options for the city's new police station.
Brookhaven Plaza, at the intersection of Peachtree and North Druid Hills roads, has been mentioned as a possible location for a new city hall as well.
Stephen Fuller Imagines Brookhaven City Hall.
Where Should Brookhaven City Hall Be Located?