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March 15, 2011ST. JOSEPH |  By: Compton

Geiger Mansion

Geiger Mansion Citizens Committee will hold a televised public meeting this evening from 7 to 8:30 in the council chamber at the St. Joseph City Hall.

Mary Robertson, communications manager in St. Joseph, says the committee wants public input on potential use of the mansion. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting to express their creative ideas on potential use of the mansion to the citizens committee. The committee's top recommendations will be submitted to the St. Joseph City Council for determination. City Council is hopeful to have a decision made by the end of June.