Fann: One Door Polk nearly full

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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

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