Pine officials are considering hiring a firm to conduct an in-depth review of the community center’s past to see if changes may be needed for the future.
The township has received proposals from two companies to conduct an assessment of the facility, which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year.
Jan Kowalski, the township’s director of finance, said such an assessment could help guide the township as it tries to adjust programs so they can be conducted while adhering to safety guidelines needed to slow the spread of coronavirus.
The review also could help the township adjust its programs, and even the physical space, to better serve the community.
“Like any facility, almost from the first day it opens, there’s always a sense of we should have done this or we could