ST. PETERSBURG — Voters were clear in a 2011 referendum that they wanted the city to adopt a master plan to serve as a blueprint for future development of the city’s signature waterfront.
Looks like that will be more expensive than first thought, though.
None of the architectural firms bidding to produce the city’s downtown waterfront master plan say they can do the job within the city’s $300,000 budget, city officials said. On Monday, City Council members agreed to allocate an additional $250,000 for the project as part of a vote to adjust the city’s 2014 budget.
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