Huber Heights City Council on Monday night, Aug. 11, moved legislation on more than $1.25 million in VIP area and concession stand upgrades to the city’s $18 million music center to a fourth reading.
Councilman Mark Campbell, chair of the Administration Committee, asked council last week to invite the management company, Music and Event Management, Inc., to make a presentation before a vote occurs.
The three pieces of legislation are $400,000 for the VIP area, $99,000 for VIP improvements and $758,879 for concession stand upgrades. The fourth reading and possible council vote are scheduled for Aug. 25.
City officials have said the upgrades will pay for themselves in increased concession revenue and sponsorship opportunities. STEVEN MATTHEWS
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