SANFORD, Fla. - The city of Sanford wants to be more competitive in the wedding business.
From inside, one would never know the Sanford
Mayor Jeff Triplett wants to bring the view of Lake Monroe in.
"It sits right on the marina with no windows overlooking the marina. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me," Triplett said.
Sanford does have competition.
The facility is booked every Saturday until November of next year.
"Sanford has a lot of possibilities. Over there they have a waterfront and beautiful areas, too, so I don't see it as competition at all," Bryan Nipe with the city of Lake Mary said.
Nipe said he's certain there is a demand.
As the city of Sanford tears down the old post office next door to the Civic Center, Triplett said it's the perfect time to make changes.
"These are a little bit of pipe dreams but we've always sat on this and now with the turn in the economy right now is the real time to push everybody to get this done," Triplett said.
The city is working with consulting groups to get estimates on
The city broke ground on a streetscape project along Sanford Avenue, where the