Old Moruya Library to be leased again

What was once the Moruya Library that then transformed into the Information Centre and Eurobodalla Tourism offices long ago has been earmarked for some time as an extension of the Mirrabooka Carpark. For the time being though Council will be voting to see the building remain and be leased for a few more years to come. The timing for the proposed demolition of the Council building has not been determined at this stage and a report to Council says it has potential for leasing for some years. At its meeting of 12 August 2014 Council resolved that the General Manager be given delegated authority to grant a lease for a term of up to five years and the building be offered as part of the Renew Eurobodalla Project until a commercial lease was granted. A two-year lease with three one-year options was subsequently granted to Southern Phone Company Limited in June 2017. The lease expired on 26 June 2019 and the Lessee did not take up the option to renew.

In the report to Council on Tuesday 13th August it will be put that the General Manager be given delegated authority to negotiate leases for the continued occupation of the premises until it is required for carparking.

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