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Leases tied to Library Block work approved
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The Platteville Common Council approved one lease and changed another lease that are part of the Library Block project Tuesday afternoon.

The council approved a lease with Miner’s Development LLC, the developer of the project, for space in the Municipal Building through the end of 2017.

The space will be subleased to the Southwest Wisconsin Community Action Program, whose Neighborhood Health Partners clinic will be moving from its current West Main Street location to the vacated police department space on the first floor of the Municipal Building until the current library space is renovated for the clinic. The clinic’s entrance will be on the Mineral Street side of the Municipal Building.

The council also approved a change to the lease with the Platteville Main Street Program for space in the former police department. The Main Street Program has been subleasing the space as a start-up incubator. The incubator will move to a different part of the former police space while the clinic is located in the Municipal Building.

Read The Journal for more on this story next week.