Fann: One Door Polk nearly full
Good news on the revenue side for the city: One Door Polk remains nearly full.
The lease between the city and The Polk County Foster Parent Association was made official during the Sept. 12 meeting with a unanimous vote by commissioners.
Fann said that the city has a few spaces left they could potentially remodel if necessary to make up more office spaces, but that it was being used by Polk Family Connection as a reading room for their clients.
Three more offices that have been renovated are being saved as a potential incentive for any new industries that might come into town, Fann said, and thus aren’t being considered as space to be used.
Officials on a inviteonly basis will get an after hours tour in October of the facility, which Fann said he’d like to make public during regular hours but that regulations within the various agencies and federal law protecting patient privacy at Highland Rivers Health and Primary Healthcare make that impossible.
“Also, we just don’t have the people to handle hundreds of visitors