(01/07/2013)
The future of Grantsville's former town hall property and adjacent lot, known as "the pit," is back on town council's agenda Monday.

The disposition of the property has been in contention for a least 10 years.

According to Grantsville Mayor Curt Garretson, businessman Steve Satterfield has approached the town about trading the DHHR office building on Main Street for the town property at the intersection of state routes 5 and 16.

The town initiated a possible trade with the Calhoun Banks building, also on Main Street.

"If these two parties are truly interested in trading with the town, I would like to ask these individuals/organizations to provide a survey, and appraisal of their properties along with estimated costs of utilities," said Garretson.

Garretson said, "I would also like to ask again for permission from the town council to obtain a land survey, and appraisal of the town's property (the Pit)."


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