Riverside officials are taking the next step in their plan to relocate City Hall from Harshman Road to a city-owned Wright Point office building — a project that would double the city’s work space and cost as much as $500,000 total in construction costs.
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What: City Council work session/meeting
When: 6 p.m. Thursday
Where: City Hall, 1791 Harshman Road