City officials have heard recommendations from a special task force and will begin debating whether to develop a $328 million new building. The current building is beset by leaks and is laid out like a rabbit warren. The proposed 17-story replacement is a cheaper version of a plan rejected in 2006. Voters shot down a $450 million bond issue to finance that project.
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